Everton ‘E-Dee’ Dennis and Glen Washington have added their voices in a powerful social message titled Where I Belong.
The single now enhanced by the newly released video paints a graphic picture of injustice and the fight for equality as the background is interlaced with scenes from some of the infractions.
The two managed to get listeners caught up in the message as the skillfully coordinated video did the rest.
The video for the Unseen Lab Recording produced single
was shot in Los Angeles, California.
“Teach the truth to the youth, remember hands up don’t shoot” sings Washington. The peace anthem rings throughout, with the longing for justice and the youths to be treated like humans is a recurring theme in the video.
Officially released on iTunes and all digital outlets worldwide, the music video can now be accessed on YouTube and will be on VEVO and local cable soon.
E-Dee recently performed in Las Vegas, NV and will be performing in the US Virgin Islands and Orange County end of May , CA alongside Sister Carol and Ras Shiloh. Recently E-Dee appeared with rap legend Master P & Ace B in their new music video called, ”Werk.”
E-Dee is swiftly climbing the success ladder not just as an artiste but also as an actor. He starred in the 2011 Out The Gate feature film loosely based on his life.
The film was released to theaters in Los Angeles, New York, Atlanta, Toronto, as well as enjoying good reviews in Jamaican newspaper and the Atlanta Daily World which wrote “the movie appears to be on its way to becoming a classic.” The “Out The Gate” DVD is now available on Amazon, Bestbuy and Wal-Mart.
E-Dee’s full length album called Everton E-Dee Dennis will be released the end of summer 2016 from the Unseenlab Recording Label. The Album was produced by two time Grammy Award winning producer and engineer Qmillion Riddim.