Kabaka Pyramid Gears Up For Performance at Rebel Salute & A Talk To Mr. Politician Man

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Wrapping up a solid 2014 with a nine weeks tour in Europe, three weeks West Coast US tour, performing on several major festivals, successful shows in Jamaica and most recently a solid performance at Sting 2014, Kabaka Pyramid is definitely being labeled as the artist to look out for in 2015.

His unique lyrical ability has garnered fans all over the world to hone in on his style and versatility to get his positive message across. With songs like 'No Capitalist', 'Never Gonna Be a Slave', 'Liberal Opposer', 'Mi Alright with Chronixx', 'Warrior with Protoje' and 'Lead the Way', it is evident Kabaka Pyramid is a rebel here with a cause.

On Friday, January 16th, Kabaka Pyramid and the Bebble Rockers band are set to hit the annual roots conscious, Rebel Salute music festival. Hailed today as a spiritual renaissance, Rebel Salute has become the bedrock for the exposure and celebration of Jamaican roots music.

For two days patrons receive wholesome entertainment, while enforcing strict vegetarian, drug-free, violence-free and non-alcohol atmosphere. As the first cultural event for the New Year, the showcase has become a very proud process of reclaiming the moral high ground once occupied by Bob Marley, Peter Tosh and among many others.

Kabaka Pyramid promise a performance full of energy and entertainment but most important he states "The people will leave Priory, St. Ann with a powerful message from Kabaka Pyramid". Currently promoting his recent release 'Lock Down Di Place' on the Elastic Rhythm, Kabaka Pyramid clearly takes a stand against the current state of the dancehall and negative lifestyle taking place around the world. Voiced on a 'dancehall rhythm', Kabaka Pyramid has captured the attention of dancehall fans as well with this new track.

Not losing any time Kabaka Pyramid and his team are gearing up for the full release of his next single 'Well Done' produced by Damian 'Jr Gong' Marley. 'Well Done' is said to be a direct message to "Mr. Politician Man" and giving him or her a round of applause for the great job of tearing down the country. The lyrical content of "Well Done" pokes hole at the lack of governmental direction executed to elevate the country and of Jamaica.

"Well Done Well Done Mr. Politician Man /You've Done a wonderful job a tear down we country Demolition Man/ Well Done Well Done Ms Politician Lady/ You've Done such a great job selling out we country and you still no pay we".
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