Eek A Mouse “Put Food On The Ghetto Youth Table” Available On Digital and Vinyl On Irie Ites Records

Eeka Moouse and Irie Ites - Put Food On The Ghetto Youth Table

Eek A Mouse joins forces with the French label Irie Ites Records, in order to deliver a conscious message in the form of a question: Why do some people have no food, no shoes, and old clothes while the rich stuff themselves and don’t know what to do with their money? Unfortunately, a topical message that points out the gap that is widening every day between the rich and the poor.

This true living legend of Reggae signs a new hit on a magnificent instrumental version Rub A Dub which will surely make the round the world!

You can enjoy this song in digital or vinyl format accompanied by its dubwize version on B side.

Available on Bandcamp

Available on iTunes, Spotify, Deezer, Apple Music,…

Artistes : Eek A Mouse x Irie Ites 
Music : Naram x Irie Ites
Mix : Irie Ites
Format : Digital & Vinyl
Artwork : Youp
Photo : Marc Lothy
Video : One Shot Productions
Vinyl Distribution : Irie Ites
Digital distribution : Evidence Music
Label : Irie Ites Records
Booking Irie Ites & Eek A Mouse :
Promotion : Musical Impact

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