Since the acclaimed success of his “Living Dread” EP released by Ghetto Youths International, social-conscious recording artist Black Am I has taken this tumultuous year in stride to put pen-to-paper in his aim to preserve reggae music.
Along this reflective journey, the devout Rastafarian who uses his gift as a vehicle and a medium of expression has through his “Kings of Kings” single; taken an artistic moment to celebrate and honor, the July 23rd; 128th anniversary of the birth of The Conquering Lion of the Tribe of Judah, His Imperial Majesty Haile Selassie I, King of Kings, Lord of Lords, Elect of God.
Produced by multi-GRAMMY winner Damian “Jr.Gong” Marley, the native of Nine Mile, continues to find a balance between his artistic melodious delivery while praising and celebrating the livity of rastafari with great passion.
Rastafari the highest name (Hail Him)
Shout him King of Kings (Shout him)
From the Tribe of Judah
The chosen one comes
King Selassie the First
A song of praise to His Imperial Majesty (H.I.M.) Haile Selassie, the “Kings of Kings” ode is a must have for your collection as it is destined to become a staple among reggae music lovers honoring Haile Selassie I.
Distributed by Ghetto Youths International, “Kings of Kings” is available on all major streaming platforms and digital outlets.