Freddy King enlists Shamuel Jackson & Logik416 for Emancipation Day song “Revolution”
Toronto, ON – In celebration of Emancipation Day (August 1), commemorating the so-called end of slavery, Toronto-based MC (and The Remix Project alumni), Freddy King, releases visuals for his single “Revolution” featuring Shamuel Jackson and Logik416, founder of the Stolen From Africa brand, and one of the most senior members of the HipHopCanada team.
The video was filmed in some of the most historic Toronto communities for African and Caribbean culture: Regent Park and Eglington West (Little Jamaica). With Caribana festivities coming up this weekend, we often forget the true meaning behind why we “jump up and tunn up.”
Lest we forget, this is a celebration of our resiliency and freedom. Freddy King’s Field of Dreams album is set to be released on Tuesday, August 29. “Revolution” is HipHopCanada’s Song of the Day.
— HipHopCanada (@HipHopCanada) August 1, 2017