RIVIERA ESTATE, Bermuda - June 4, 2018 - PRLog -- Singer Clinark, released this Modern Culture single and video, "Unite Forget About The Fight." This project is a collaboration with House of Riddim, Austria and Clinark's record label, Nurture Projects Music, Bermuda/UK. He says "this song is about coming together as a community and to stop the gun and knife crime." This song is Inspired by his recent cover of Bob Marley's "Unite" (2018). Dill's delivery is reminiscent of his earlier influences which include, David Hinds (Steel Pulse) and Aswad. The video is available of YouTube and Facebook. was filmed on location in Bermuda and UK. The song is available to download and buy from £0.79 at iTunes, Amazon, CDBaby, and streaming on Apple Music, Spotify, SoundCloud and more. Promo copies are available on request.
Song Credits: Genre: Modern Culture, Reggae "Unite Forget About The Fight." (c) 2018, Nurture Projects Music, Bermuda/UK, lyrics by C. Dill, C. Annesley, J L Edwards. Final Production C.Dill, Music Composed by House of Riddim, Austria Musicians: Sam Gilly, Manfred Scheer, Herb Pirker, Motasem Billah Syed. Video Credits: Directed by Clinarke Dill and Juliet L. Edwards. Camera Man, Malcome "Tusi Tiger" Santucci. Location Crew: Zina and Michael Burrows. Cast: Clinark, Sean Abasheedyi Saltus, Brandon C R White, Carey & Cailyn Annesley Maxine Danvers,, Jahzeel Quallo, Judah Quallo, Debrina Simons and Kristy Roberts, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xeeMvvoK3kc
More about Clinark Clinark, (pronounced Klin_ark is known as " The Reggae Torch." His real name is Clinarke Dill. He was born in the British colony of Bermuda. He sang and played keyboards and drums. for top bands. A lengthy bout of chronic vertigo caused Dill to turn his back on music in 1999. The illness continues to plague him to this date.He was encouraged to return to music in 2004. He wrote and recorded the vocals for a song called 'Dem Come' (2004) under the name of 'Dill-in-Jah, this was for UK label Dread Unity.
He accepted an invitation to record in London and moved to England in 2005 and formed the independent record label, Nurture Projects Music, with his management and co-songwriter, Juliet Edwards and produced a demo with producer, Eric Edwards. In 2006, Dill joined a small concert tour with singer Zema and Dutch band Poor Man Friend. This allowed him to release his first album, "Clinark Live in Holland."
He released his debut studio album "Journey to Foreign."(2008), Produced by Mafia and Flaxy at Stingray Studio. The 20 track album included collaborations with Maxi Priest with the song "Better Tomorrow" receiving a nomination as "'Song of the Year" (2009). He also collaborated with Richie Spice, Luciano, Kofi, Brinsley Forde (Aswad) Irie Love, Fantan Mojah and Gramps and Peetah Heritage and Troy Anthony. He was nominated for two British Reggae Industry Awards, "A Tribute to Michael Jackson." (2010) and "Journey to Foreign in Deluxe album (2010).
His previous works include "I'll Be There" (2009) just before Jackson's passing, He released an E.P, "The Solution"(2015) and 2 more tribute singles "Float- A Tribute to Muhammed Ali" & "Chicago"(2016). He also released singles Bob Marley tributes "Guiltiness" (2017) and Africa Unite (2018). More at www.clinark.com