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Kabaka Pyramid Unleashes ‘Grateful’, Produced by Damian Marley.

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On the heels of the release of his single “Red, Gold and Green” featuring Damian Marley, Kabaka Pyramid is set to release another single, “Grateful”.

The reggae and hip hop fused track features young sensation Jemere Morgan, who is also son of Grammy award winning reggae artist, Gramps Morgan. The collaboration showcases the eclectic musical ability Kabaka encompasses.  

Produced by Damian Marley and co-produced by Sean ‘Young Pow’ Diedrick, “Grateful” celebrates life and the many things Kabaka would like to give thanks for. In his ever-expanding catalog, the artist has carved his own lane through a noticeable brand of contemplative lyricism and devoted musicianship that is reflected in each release. 

From his introductory project Rebel Music EP, released in 2011 to his debut album Kontraband, released in 2018 to hit singles more recently released, QuarantineBelieveMake Things Work, Kabaka Pyramid’s growth highlights his ability to balance a healthy message and versatile delivery. 

“Grateful” harnesses a powerful instrumentation courtesy Damian Marley & Young Pow; accompanied by a soulful serenade by Jemere Morgan and upbeat instrumentation. Kabaka began to expertly rhapsodize his life in recent times. With the fervor, ferocity and flow of contemporary dancehall, the artist accentuates the changes in the riddim with different styles of hardcore delivery, mixing the vibrance of youth culture, with the smooth grooves of older jazz and funk inspired sounds.

“Grateful” is released via Ghetto Youths International and Bebble Rock Music on all digital platforms today, Friday, August 19th.

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