Chezidek Releases Unite

Chezidek - Unite

On July 23rd Rastafarians celebrate Emperor Haile Selassie I’s birthday.

On that date this year, Chezidek’s highly anticipated album, Hello Africa, was released by Tad’s International Record.

It is his second collection of songs to be released in three months, following Timeless, a set he did with Ligerians, a French band.

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