Stephen Dajure tackles social issues in new song
Reggae artiste Stephen Dajure has tapped into his Rastafarian roots with the release of his single 'I Am Not a Criminal'.
The single, which speaks of the social and political injustice individuals face in society, was produced by Giddimani Records in conjunction with House of Riddims production.
I Am Not a Criminal was officially released on February 3 and is available on all major digital media outlets through IDC DISTRO.
"This song was done to tap into the minds of the listeners and give them an opportunity to think about the message that is being brought forward. My music on a whole speaks volume, and Reggaeville saw the authenticity and decided to push my new single full force," Stephen Dajure said.
"We have been giving the promotion our all, and I am lucky to have fans that believe in my work and support me with every new project I release. The single is being played by various disc jockeys around the world, and I am grateful for the push."
The St Ann native shares that he will be delivering the visuals for the song in coming months.
"My team and I are currently in the process of finalising the concept for the video before shooting. The video, like the single, should have listeners and viewers in a different frame of mind after watching. Fans can look out for it sooner than later," he said.
Stephen Dajure, who describes his music as a spiritual vibration, says he is here to help raise social awareness.
"My music thrives off the conscious minds and hearts of positive moving people. There are too many lost souls around us, and we need to give a helping hand to our brothers and sisters who are reaching out to us. I have a single titled Guidance, which will be released soon, and I am hoping it will do just that," said the artiste, who also has other songs like Rasta Man Dread, Birds Go Toot, Jah Live and One Love.