Colonized And World Crisis Matters To Reggae Singer

Singer and producer, Clinark returns with two new singles, "Colonized Remix 2020" and "World Crisis."
Colonized Remix 2020 by Clinark
Colonized Remix 2020 by Clinark
RIVIERA ESTATE, Bermuda - July 27, 2020 - PRLog -- "Colonized" is a controversial hard-hitting modern conscious roots song remixed by Clinark. It is a track from his debut album, "Journey to Foreign". The co-written song is the reflections of a stream of consciousness of a modern-day black man visiting in London from Bermuda in 2004. He was perplexed by the status of his fellow men who largely remained held back by historical and institutional racism in one of the most affluent countries in the world. The song opens with:

"Do you believe in the conspiracy, that locks away some of our history?
Robbing us of our opportunity. Despair in the Community."

Now in 2020 and the death of George Floyd and with the Black Lives Matter movement, Clinark felt it was time to reissue this track. The first release on the JTF album (2008), saw reviews  of Colonized not being a suitable song  (if you were trying to get a record deal).

Clinark sings "World Crisis" with new conscious lyrics about the pandemic and George Floyds death. is on Bob Marley's "Crisis" riddim. It was released  on 10th July. "Colonized" is available from 3 August on iTunes Spotify,  Soundcloud, YouTube and main digital download stores.

Clinark is available for Interviews and bookings.
Promo Copies Available On Request,

Credits: ©2020.Colonized Nurture Projects Music. Bermuda and London.
Executive Producer/Mixing Engineer: Clinark (C. Dill). Lyrics: C. Dill & Juliet Edwards,
Credits: ©2008: Colonized. Executive Producer: C. Dill. Producers: Leroy 'Mafia Heywood' & Dave 'Fluxy 'Heywood. Production/Mixing Engineer: Carl 'Dillie' McLeod.
Recording Engineer (tracks): Gussie P recorded at Mafia & Fluxy Studios London UK.
Original Demo Producer: Tony 'Tec T' Edwards (2004).
Keyboards & Bass Guitar: Leroy 'Mafia' Heywood.
Drums & Percussions: Dave 'Fluxy' Heywood.
Riddim & Lead Guitar: Stanley Andrew.
Matic Horns: Henry 'Buttons' Tenyue (Trombone) & Brian Edwards (Saxophone).
Back Vocalists: Kofi & Barbara Nap.
A&R: Juliet L Edwards (Cutie), Nurture Projects.
JTF Album, Production recorded at Stingray Studio UK.

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