Galaxy P examines current issues on new single
Dancehall artiste Galaxy P is back with his lyrical guns blazing on the conscious single, Soul Fe the Money.
“This song is a commentary on the state of our society. The moral standards have fallen to a low level where we are moving like robots, worshipping objects on the altar of commercialism. This is a call for a return to our humanity, where we value souls over the Nike shoes on your foot. There is a battle on for the souls of humanity,” he said, opining that the song is connecting with the people.
The video was bankrolled by Anchor Music Group, the artiste’s new management team.
Galaxy P is also gearing up to release a quick-fire follow-up called Black Nation Under Attack, which looks through the lens of black consciousness and nationalism at social issues such as health, education and employment which continue to afflict the black race, especially in the USA.
“This song makes references to racism in the USA, ‘cause you have police killing blacks, blacks killing blacks, whites killing blacks, plus the negative effects of the recent pandemic which disproportionately affected blacks and Latinos. Everywhere we tun, macka jook we as black people. Just turn on your TV, look what happened to George Floyd. The black nation is under the attack,” Galaxy P said.
The artiste, whose given name is Peter Jackson, will be releasing a seven-track EP under his label, Rattler Records, this summer.
Galaxy P has also released the songs Goodie Goodie featuring Colin Roache, and It Good featuring Ward 21. He released his debut album Life So Hard in 2007.