From Phife Dawg of A Tribe Called Quest to the most recent shock of losing Mobb Deep’s Prodigy, black men have been succumbing to health issues at an alarming rate. Seems like the time for music with a message has arrived and who better to provide it than the dynamic duo of Beatnick & K-Salaaam.
LargeUp.com is proud to present “Babylon Food”, a colorful & melodic, but hard-hitting, bass-heavy Roots & Culture track and lyrics that speak on the injustices of the corporate food industry and its devastating effect on poor communities. With the legendary Junior Reid and the up-&-coming Jesse Royal on the verses, “Babylon Food” it’s surprising that this is the first record from a major Reggae artist that addresses this issue, especially since so many of our icons, even in the Hip-Hop community have fallen victim to the GMO-based food peddled by global conglomerates like Monsanto. Hopefully, it wont be the last.
With another project on the way and a wide-ranging resume preceding him, K will be bringing A-1 talent to the stage including Black Moses Sound featuring Selektah Twice and Clive Chin who will be debuting unreleased music from Gregory Isaacs, Dennis Brown and the iconic Bob Marley.
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