Kabaka Pyramid Drops “Can’t Breathe” Video + Talks Damian Marley Produced Album
Jamaica’s rising vocalist Kabaka Pyramid unleashes his brand new video for “Can’t Breathe” – his first single from his forthcoming debut album Contraband executive produced by Damian Marley and distributed by Ghetto Youths International and Bebble Rock Music.
“Can’t Breathe,” available now for stream and download, delivers a potent message on painful and stressful situations individuals face by living in a toxic system, literally and figuratively. The track was produced by Genis Tranis Nadal and the video, was directed by Fernando Hevia.
“I was watching ‘Lauryn Hill Unplugged’ and I was struck by the emotions she put in her songs and I wanted the people that listen to this song, get that same feeling. The stress and strain of the system and the mental pollution we are fed day to day reminds me of feeling claustrophobic and suffocated,” says Kabaka Pyramid.
This summer, Kabaka has embarked on an extensive tour spanning Europe and North America. He is currently on the last leg of his U.S. and Canada run.
Kabaka Pyramid 2017 Tour Dates
Aug 8 – Bourbon Theatre in Lincoln, NE
Aug 9 – Subterranean in Chicago, IL
Aug 12 – Rhode Island Reggae Festival East Providence, RI
Aug 13 – Groove Nation in Montreal, Canada
Aug 14 – LÁnti in Québec City, Canada
Aug 15 – Tide and Boar Ballroom in Moncton, Canada
Aug 16 – Marquee Club in Halifax, Canada
Aug 19 – RastaFest Reggae festival Toronto, Canada
Aug 20 – Blue Ocean Music Hall Salisbury, MA
Aug 21 – Baltimore Soundstage in Baltimore, MD
Aug 22 – S.O.B.’s in New York, NY
Aug 23 – Hamilton in Washington, DC
Aug 25 – The Pour House Music Hall in Raleigh, NC
Aug 27 – Roux Carre in New Orleans, LA
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