After keeping our minds woke on his last release "Stay Woke," Montreal-based Australian rapper Cee shares another insightful piece titled "Let Justice Prevail" with us. As the title suggests, Cee gives his candid thoughts on a handful of issues ranging from the oppressive police institution, imbalance in the justice system to corporate greed. His poetic storytelling songwriting pontificates deeply on how the masses have had to bear the brunt all these years and throws in his own solution of unification to stand against the powers that be. Cee is not alone in this fight as he recruits the help of Victoria, BC via Tobago's Caleb Hart, a reggae vocalist who joins the fray with a stern warning for Babylon and the men in power. On the production side of things, Cee taps the talents of Myer Clarity, Montreal-based guitarist Jon Rosner and T-Dot-based Saxophonist Patrick Panus who help create this anthemic Reggae/hip-hop infusion.
The video really taps into the spirit of the song with its solemn and somber aesthetics. It features a lot of performance shots, seamless cut scenes with a number of collaborators like Jonathan Emile, Tiffany Alexis, and others.
Longtime collaborator and director Richard Bastarache shot and edited the visual in Trois-Rivières, QC while Joshua Telfer did all the Victoria, BC shots with Caleb Hart.
"Let Justice Prevail" is out now via Spotify, SoundCloud, Apple Music, Deezer, Audiomack.
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