Written by on April 17, 2017

Hailing from the South Island of Aotearoa, New Zealand, production duo Reality Chant work tirelessly to bring conscious music to the massive. With a long and rich history within Australasia through their work with Dubwize and many other vocalists and crews, Messenjah and Midnight Dubs have cemented themselves as a global force in reggae production.

Reality Chant present their latest richly-crafted ‘Love vs War EP’ out April 14th 2017, showcasing two riddims drawing inspiration from 1970s Augustus Pablo and the 1980s digital era, accompanied by a line-up of illustrious vocal talent. With the lead track from reggae luminary Cornell Campbell, “Father Says”.

Beginning in the late-50s and with a long and distinguished career, Campbell is a true foundation artist who continues to be a celebrated force in the reggae world today. Here his smooth and captivating vocal tones bring a message of faith and human strength, alongside a well cultured riddim from Reality Chant.

Recorded in Jamaica and mixed and mastered to tape at Kog Studios in Auckland, New Zealand. With production and live instrumentation by the Reality Chant team, Messenjah and Midnight Dubs and drums by Julian Dyne.

“I believe this is our most developed production to date, and the singers and chanters featured are teachers and prophets in their own right. Please enjoy the musical resonation and vibration. Rastafari” – Messenjah

Love Vs War EP: Available online from, iTunes and all good stores. Limited 7″ cuts available, email [email protected].

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