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Indigenous Australian urban roots crew Blue King Brown is back in a big way with their massive tune, “All Nations”.

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by Jarrett Martineau

Lead vocalist Natalli Rize and her reggae and dubwise Blue King Brown comrades are set to release their powerful third album, Born Free, on November 7th and their latest single and video are already catching fire.

“All Nations” is an uplifting anthemic call out to all people worldwide to reclaim our freedom and to make what BKB calls “music for this movement, for the battle and the fight for People over profits, Justice over Greed, Freedom over Slavery”.

“‘All Nations’ at its core is about people power”, says Rize, “Calling out to All People from All Nations to recognize their power and reclaim it, use it, assert it in these times of shifting consciousness, a time of discontent with the current world system and paradigm”. To this end, the band dedicated and premiered the song in support of the self-determination movement to Free West Papua.

BKB have built a huge audience for their socially conscious and politically engaged music in support of Indigenous rights and global struggles for liberation. And they’ve stepped up every aspect of their production and songwriting this time around: Born Free was recorded at the legendary Tuff Gong studios in Kingston, Jamaica, Sing Sing Studios in Melbourne, and Blue King Brown’s own studio in Melbourne, Australia.

Capturing the sound of the struggle and the essence of what art and activism can do to inspire change, “All Nations” will have you waving the flag of freedom and singing along with a raised fist.

Stream: Blue King Brown – “All Nations”

And check the video for this epic tune below:

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MUSKRAT is an on-line Indigenous arts, culture magazine that honours the connection between humans and our traditional ecological knowledge by exhibiting original works and critical commentary. MUSKRAT embraces both rural and urban settings and uses media arts, the Internet, and wireless technology to investigate and disseminate traditional knowledges in ways that inspire their reclamation.

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