3 Reasons Why You Should Download Militant Fyah’s New Album
Militant Fyah set the scene ablaze after the recent release of hisself-titled debut albumand as fans are already itching to take in more of his sound, we thought we’d let those of you who haven’t yet heard the album in on why he’s worth a (second) listen.
1) He’s for the people.
If it wasn’t blazingly clear from his first two singles Babylon Fall and Freedom, Militant Fyah is passionate about the plights and power of Black people around the world. He uses reggae as a tool to explore what it means to be Black under different circumstances, singing tales of Blackness, liberation, love, sex, and marijuana.
2) He’s humble.
Militant Fyah has done a few interviews on some of Nassau’s top radio shows. Throughout each one, the young, soft-spoken singer-songwriter spoke of humble beginnings and the lessons he’s learned along the way. We live in an age where young artists on the come-up (especially indie artists) often toot their own horn in order to gain listeners and views.
But not Militant.
In fact, he’s the opposite. And his album says it all.
3) He’s endorsed by top reggae artists.
Despite being a newcomer in the industry, Militant Fyah has already gained enough traction to grab the eyes (and ears) of Damian Marley, Nas, and most recently Peter “Peetah” Morgan of reggae band Morgan Heritage! It’s just a matter of time before Militant becomes a household name.
To listen to the interview, click below: