The singer and songwriter of reggae music known as Apocalypse has released his latest LP record, “A Life 4 a Life.” The full-length modern reggae record contains 10 original Apocalypse songs for an approximate total listening time of half an hour. It has been proudly published on the Black Circle Records independent record label entirely without the financial or managerial support of the corporate music industry. Dark, intelligent, and infused at its heart with the contemporary reggae tradition, “A Life 4 a Life” is a modern reggae album with a fresh edge and a powerful message.
Apocalypse (also sometimes billed simply as Apoc) is first and foremost a careful lyricist with plenty to say. His themes range between a wide variety of topics, such as social theory, international and domestic politics, and easy-going, lighthearted party anthems. His latest LP, “A Life 4 a Life” also features the considerable talents of Nova on its two closing tracks, “Gas Cloud” and “Universe.”
Apocalypse and Black Circle Records are based in one of the Caribbean's most active reggae hotbeds, South Florida. “A Life 4 a Life,” while not Apocalypse's first full-length album, is his most prominent official release since Black Circle's 2012 record, “Silver and Gold,” a compilation showcasing the label's best artists, Bone, Taz, Ragga, and Darwin, as well as the two appearing on “A Life 4 a Life,” Nova and Apocalypse.
Black Circle Records has been steadily climbing the charts at bustling online music outlets such as iTunes and ReverbNation, and the label's official pages at Twitter and other social networks have many hundreds of followers. Setting new high standards for production and musical integrity, Black Circle Records is showing how albums like “A Life 4 a Life” represent the aim of conscientious reggae music and all art forms seeking to change the world.
“A Life 4 a Life” by Apocalypse is available online worldwide.
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