In the current social climate, Chezidek has stepped up and continues his trend of producing conscious music with a positive message. His new single “March” is a call for mobility and equality; reflecting the global movement of justice for all.
July 23, 2020 will go down as a special day for Chezidek. The roots singer’s latest album, “Hello Africa,” will be released on that date by Tad’s International Record; significantly, it is also the birthday of Ethiopian Emperor Haile Selassie I.
The date is important to Chezidek who, like all Rastafarians, revere Selassie as an omnipotent figure. Produced by his Cheziberry Records, he believes “Hello Africa” is his most hard-hitting work to date, boosted by songs like “Because I’m Black,” and “March.”
“Because I’m Black,” a jab at institutionalized racism, sets the tone for “Hello Africa” and the second single “March” calls to global unification and action to tackle the injustices of the world.