Elliven says 'Hell No'
Reggae singer Elliven is lending his voice to raise social awareness with his new single, Hell No.
The compelling visual was shot in Portland and Kingston by Bloozik Filmworks, but also features very stark images that shed light on issues currently affecting the world, particularly in the US.
"Basically, what I am singing about is a system that never fails us, meaning the minority, the dirty politics. All they want to do is tell you nice things to get the vote, and you don't see them again. It is a message in retaliation, so I'm saying 'hell no,'" he explained.
Hell No follows last year hit, New Day, which was featured on VP Records' renowned Strictly The Best compilation album.
Elliven's debut album Lyric was released in 2015 and featured tracks such as How Long and Travel Alone.
Based in Philadelphia, Elliven is also the owner of NAP Musiq Productions and has worked with acts such as Luciano, Richie Spice, Capleton and Anthony Cruz.