In a time when label executives have high expectations for hit music recordings, former Island DefJam and Interscope Recording artist Melekel is poised to deliver; and in anticipation of releasing his new album “Face Off” on a Major Label, is offering fans a new video entitled “The Jump Off” on September 3, 2014 directed by LB. “The song makes reference to an Urban culture predominant in most inner cities of the world, ruled by chaos overseen by the police, which is evident in the way officers have no apparent set protocol for dealing with young men of African descent in America; other than shoot to kill“ said sources close to the entertainer.
According to lyrics in the song: “lawless urban youths love Reggae, Dancehall, Hip Hop, Jungle, Drum and Bass; every day twice a day want to live like Scarface,” sound like a personal dictionary definition of the song's punch line and somewhat of a cultural stereotype. “The Jump Off” will be released over a range of networks based on the targeted legion selected by the entertainer’
Melekel is an artist like others from a variety of formats that is reaping the benefits of a recent surge in global popularity and an overall, strong demand for people downloading and streaming hits. Having toured with the likes of Grammy award-winning musicians and the former lead singer of a British Reggae band, he is set to make “Face Off” available to the public on October 31, 2014.
Connect with Melekel by visiting his website: Top Music Japan: http://topmusic.jp/