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Music: Mala – Word & Sound with Natty and Benjamin Zephaniah (Single and relaunch of I&I Music label)

Legendary London-based producer Mala comes through with a brand new track titled “Word & Sound.” He joins forces with songwriters and poets Natty and Benjamin Zephaniah in a dub-filled, synth-heavy new single that sounds raw and incredibly soulful. It’s a positive track that inspires unity, which is well needed in a world of cynicism and darkness.

Along with this excellent single, Mala is relaunching his label I&I, which has brought releases such as “Alicia” and “In Luv.” I’m excited about the relaunch and the new music that Mala has been working on as he’s really a legend within the UK music scene. So big ups Mala, Natty and Benjamin Zephaniah for this new single.

You can listen to “Word & Sound below via Bandcamp and don’t forget to support! Released via I&I.

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