Thursday Dec 14
Sep
03/17
MP3 Leak of the Week: Spiritual

Our friends over at VP Records contacted us about one of their artists, Spiritual, who just moved to Redondo Beach, CA from his hometown of Kingston, Jamaica. They suggested we check out his February debut album release of Awakening to which we were excited to feature his single, “Stand Up To Rasta!”

You can download Spiritual’s new song “Stand Up To Rasta,” for FREE on our home page under the MP3 Leak of the Week on the right hand column! This Download will only be available until Saturday, Sept 9th, 2017.

Spiritual – “Stand Up To Rasta” — Download HERE (on The Pier homepage)
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Spiritual “Stand Up To Rasta” Background:

“Stand Up To Rasta” is track 2 on Spiritual’s debut album, Awakening that dropped back in February and arrives just as reggae music is resurgent in its homeland again thanks to artists like Chronixx and Alborosie. The latter shared Spiritual’s breakthrough hit “Marathon” and introduced him to Clifton “Specialist” Dillon. Under Specialist’s direction, Spiritual has been able to realize his musical vision at last, and deliver an album that can stand alongside the seventies’ classics that inspired him as a youth.

When we were sent the “Stand Up To Rasta” song, Spiritual told The Pier: “Big Raspect to all Humanitarians. Im very impressed with the response I’ve been getting for ‘Stand up to Rasta’, This song is for all Rasta who suffered the damage and brutality we all went through in the past. This is my Spiritual Anthem I’ve written for that purpose, I’m very pleased with all the people who respect and understand this story, Blessings and Honor to my Rasta Teachers who have passed, Bob Marley and Joseph Hill. More love and new life for all my Humanitarian people, blessings always.”

You can pick up Spiritual’s new album Awakening by clicking HERE!

Watch: Spiritual – “Stand Up To Rasta”


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Spiritual Background:

Spiritual was raised in Allman Town, and sang in his local choir before embracing Rastafari. He was orphaned at an early age, and could have joined the throngs of young hopefuls at any number of studios and sound-systems scattered throughout the city. Instead, he shunned fame and helped to heal the broken society around him by counseling the poor and needy. Music was in his blood and he continued to write songs, but Rastafari was his true calling.

There are traces of Burning Spear and Culture in his voice, whilst the songs hark back to an era when artists were judged on their integrity, both musical and otherwise.

“I’m a spiritual person, and I like songs with spiritual messages in them – songs about life and our place in it, and that make you think about what you’re doing,” he explains. “I write songs that are supposed to make people feel good about one another, and that can show you something positive about life.”

“I am a servant of Jah for the children of the world with one Aim and one Destiny”


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Related Links:
Spiritual Website
Spiritual Facebook
VP Records Website


Huge thanks again to Spiritual for allowing us to share new song “Stand Up To Rasta” to post up for FREE download. Free music is a privilege that we’re grateful for and we appreciate the work these artists do! Please feel free to download this song for FREE and spread the awareness to your friends!
Enjoy the FREE track on the homepage!


Article By: Mike Patti



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