The Council enlists Reggae’s new stars for latest single.
As corruption, poverty and search for power continues to be the new world order. The council keep up with their theme of conscious lyricsim as they shed some much needed light on mental slavery and the false promises of society.
Despite it’s deep reggae roots provided by Koro Fyah, Kabaka Pyramid and Massy The Creator — “Misery” is not restricted to the plight of Jamaica alone as a lot of the situations being addressed can be found on most societies round the world.
The song produced by Inztinkz serves as the fifth and final single off the super group’s forthcoming album “Nothing Else Matters” due later this month.
“This song is just another realm of what we have to offer on Nothing Else Matters, thematically and sonically,” says Inztinkz. “Compared to our last single, this is like a flipside.”
Nothing Else Matters will be released exclusively via Bandcamp on Friday, September 29, and will be rolled out across other digital outlets and in physical form during the following months.
“Misery” follows previously released singles The Final Countdown, Valhalla Doctrine and Promised Land.