Live Free isn’t exactly new to the Booth, but don’t worry if the name fails to ring any bells. Thanks to his work with underground crew Real Talk, as well as his guest turns on records by Omniscient and DaVincci, you likely know him as AG Lyonz. On solo DJBooth debut Soldier, released along with official visuals by Garcia, the artist’s reggae influences come to the fore, along with his political convictions. Over production by label bosses Miami Beat Wave, he laments the fact that the poor have to die in wars started by the power elite. Returning Lyonz’ favor from The Roll Up, Omniscient delivers a little revolutionary rhetoric of his own on the back. Fans can find Soldier and plenty more where it came from on new EP One Way, available for free digital download via Bandcamp.
Written by richard on 01/17/13
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