Rebel Frequency is the new album that dropped on March 24th by Australian-Born artist Nattali Rize via Rootfire Cooperative/Baco Records. The 12-track record features a slew of guest appearances, but it was track-10 with “Hypocrisy” that caught our ear and is our FREE track for the week on our homepage. Read more about Nattali and her new record here…
You can download Nattali Rize’s new song “Hypocrisy,” for FREE on our home page under the MP3 Leak of the Week on the right hand column! This Download will only be available until Saturday, May 6th, 2017.
Nattali Rize – “Hypocrisy” — Download HERE (on The Pier homepage)
Nattali Rize’s “Hypocrisy” Background:
Nattali Rize new album Rebel Frequency is true to title with an emphasis on creating socio-political awareness. The term ‘social change’ is not quite enough for Nattali, her thinking is more along the lines of “full systemic overhaul!” with Rebel Frequency, Nattali declares “We’re here to deliver a different frequency to what is being transmitted by the current world system and culture of consumerism and mental slavery. Our words, melodies, rhythms, and intentions are to empower and inspire full freedom – that frequency is a rebel in this paradigm.”
The album is 12 total tracks with guest appearances courtesy of Julian Marley, Dre Island, Jah9, Raging Fyah, Kabaka Pyramid, and Notis. The album was produced by long time Rize collaborator Carlo “OneRebel” Santone in addition to Notis Heavyweightrockaz (JA) and Lotek (UK).
The song we chose as our Leak of the Week was “Hypocrisy,” and what stood out is how the song is very electric, yet still has a stripped down presence while the vocals march out in front of the song as the track slowly builds.
Here’s what Nattali told The Pier with regards to the song: “What people need is their autonomy to create and design their own new realities, their own communities that thrive instead of struggle to survive. While the worlds governing systems are filled with hypocrites who claim they stand for freedom while bombing and waging war inside other nations for resources — we believe there is a better way, and it starts with us reclaiming our power, our minds, our thinking and thereby our future.”
Nattali Rize’s new album Rebel Frequency is available on iTunes by clicking HERE!
Nattali Rize Background:
Nattali Rize is the front woman leading a new heavy five-piece international live band from Jamaica and Australia. This is a global mash up of raw energy and vibe that together has been rocking stages since the band first burst onto the scene in 2015.
With a deep Reggae Influence Nattali Rize brings heavy beats conscious rebel lyrics to a progressive electronic, roots, reggae, dub foundation. The music, message intention transcends any genre label, and forget the borders and waters that divide us, the movement is to ignite the great remembrance of who we are — our collective power, what we can be, to break the mental conditioning and find full freedom in this lifetime.
Nattali Rize is recognized globally for her unwavering commitment to using her voice and music for the global shift toward Full Freedom and the movement of Truth and Justice over the systemic exploitation of the people and our planet.
After relocating in 2014 to Kingston, Jamaica, Nattali Rize launched her live project out of Jamaica into the US, EU and beyond with a strong run of captivating festival performances and national club shows. Now with tours alongside the likes of Michael Franti and Spearhead, Katchafire, Third World, J-Boog, Julian Marley, Tribal Seeds and more under her belt, the worldwide movement is ever rizing for Ms. Nattali Rize!
Huge thanks again to Nattali Rize for allowing us to share “Hypocrisy” to post up for FREE download. Free music is a privilege that we’re grateful for and we appreciate the work these artists do! Please feel free to download this song for FREE and spread the awareness to your friends!
Enjoy the FREE track on the homepage!
Article By: Mike Patti
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