Monkey Marc Rebel Code feat. Blvk H3ro, Turbulence, Yeza; Mista Savona

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Blvk H3ro Yeza and Turbulence - photo Nickii Kane 2

Australian super producer Monkey Marc is teaming up with Turbulence, the reggae veteran who gave us the smash hit Notorious in 2006, and exciting Jamaican artists, Black H3ro and Yeza, for the new single, Rebel Code, which also features fellow Australian Mista Savona (Havana Meets Kingston) on keys.

Rebel Code is an upbeat and driving reggae tune, with an inspiring message of empowerment and a collective call for revolution.
The track is the lead single from Monkey Marc’s new album, Vital Sound (release date 13 Nov 2020).

The lyric video was created by acclaimed Jamaican artist Robin Clare.
Monkey Marc tapped 300K, Jamaica-based director, cinematographer and filmmaker 300K, for Rebel Code’s visual treatment. Hailed by Billboard as “one of Jamaica’s most in-demand music video directors”, the director looked to cult classic “Mad Max” as a springboard to explore themes of Black empowerment, revolution and legacy.

The track has recently been premiered on DJ Gringo’s show The Joint on SiriusXM, with solid upcoming support from Australian radio stations triple j, RRR, PBS, 4ZZZ, RTRFM and more.

Monkey Marc – Weblinks

Homepage   https://www.monkeymarc.org/

 Facebook   https://www.facebook.com/MonkeyMarcMusic/

Instagram   https://www.instagram.com/monkeymarcmusic/

Turbulence – Weblinks

Facebook   https://www.facebook.com/nevastopbooking/

Instagram   https://www.instagram.com/turbulence_big_lion

Blvk H3ro – Weblinks

Homepage   https://www.blvkh3ro.com

Facebook   https://www.facebook.com/BLVKH3RO/

Instagram   https://www.instagram.com/blvkh3ro/

Yeza – Weblinks

Facebook   https://www.facebook.com/yezarebel

Instagram   https://www.instagram.com/yeza_music/

Mista Savona – Weblinks

Facebook   https://www.facebook.com/mistasavona/

Instagram   https://www.instagram.com/mistasavona/

 

 

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