STREET STARZ [AM] - ARUBA RED 'LOOK TO'

Source: www.youtube.com

Artists across the world often produce pieces that are of a conscious ilk but seldom are they coupled with peace and executed with as much strength and poignancy as the work delivered by one of my personal favorites, Aruba Red. Natascha Eleonoré's (Aruba Red) art has been described by The Morning Star as a 'fiery rebel music hits like a refreshing blast of briny sea air, dissipating the stale,...

Artists across the world often produce pieces that are of a conscious ilk but seldom are they coupled with peace and executed with as much strength and poignancy as the work delivered by one of my personal favorites, Aruba Red.

Natascha Eleonoré's (Aruba Red) art has been described by The Morning Star as a '“fiery rebel music hits like a refreshing blast of briny sea air, dissipating the stale, insular celebrity-obsessed atmosphere that passes for today’s pop culture” - for Restless Beings, she is a breath of fresh air in what is often a homogeneous industry churning out packaged artists on a seasonal basis.

Aruba Red have performed at several Restless Beings gigs and charity fundraisers, and as staunch supporters, sustained their roots with a loyal dedication to making tangible change for those less fortunate. With this in mind, I would like to share the following track, just released by Aruba Red. In her word "This is a song I am dedicating to those people rising up against oppressive systems around the world. It's about people finding themselves perpetuating negative situations & structures because of their circumstances as well as trying to stay true to yourself in an often twisted music industry".

Support real, edgy, grassroots and profound art which works towards revolutionising the tomorrows to come.

With all of us at the Restless Beings team,

Rice & Peace

------------------- We support:
* http://www.itunes.com/arubared
* http://www.twitter.com/arubared
* http://www.myspace.com/arubaredmusic

Comments

Shakir Ahmed

sooo o'some!

01 February 2011 delete