In celebration of Rasta culture and reggae music, Prince Martin and the Soul Raiders have released the much anticipated “Reggae Band” visuals.
The character in the video relives earlier moments he had with Elders at the Rasta’s camp where after spiritual sessions, he was advised to have a little music in his life.
“The video features members of the band playing the music live and begins with flashbacks of conversations between the two lead vocalists of the band, Prince and Suzi Marcus,” Prince Martin says.
“Reggae Band” music video has been directed and edited by Cricky of Dazzle Media.
According to Prince Martin, the video will from Wednesday, 11 September be available on local TVs and music websites including the Soul Raiders facebook page, www.facebook.com/soulraiders
“Our fans should like our page so that they shouldn’t miss out on all the videos as we try our best, where possible, to provide footage of our live performances,” he appealed.
Prince Martin further revealed that Soul Raiders will be performing, for the first time ever, at the Tumaini Festival at Dzaleka Camp 1-2 November, 2019.
After the disbandment in the mid 2000s, Soul Raiders has been playing since January 2011, participating in festivals and reggae concerts, both local and international.
Soul Raiders has four albums including African Skies (2010) and Ubuntu (2017).
“We however have a backlog of music videos to do, and that we can do alongside usual routine of performances,” Prince Martin concluded.