On Wednesday February 22nd, reggae music took over Manhattan's Irving Plaza for the night. Headliners Tribal Seeds were in good company with support from Grammy-nominated Raging Fyah and emerging star Nattali Rize. The global reach of reggae music was on full display, with Tribal Seeds representing their hometown of San Diego, Raging Fyah out of Kingston, Jamaica, and Nattali Rize and her band hailing from both Australia and Jamaica.
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NATTALI RIZE AIMS TO ACTIVATE THE HEART & ELEVATE THE MIND WORLDWIDE WITH REBEL FREQUENCY, DUE OUT MARCH 24TH ON ROOTFIRE COOPERATIVE / BACO RECORDS.
Working across multiple continents, Nattali Rize continues her mission to empower and inspire collective freedom through her upcoming debut full-length release Rebel Frequency, due out through Rootfire Cooperative / Baco Records on March 24, 2017. Following her relocation to Kingston in 2014, Nattali now lives where the music takes her. Modern technology and a tireless world travel schedule have broken down artistic barriers, allowing the Rebel Frequency album to be put together between the cultural hubs of Kingston, Jamaica, and Australia. 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.”