Irie Launches Irie Mix with Afar Music Group & ORieL – Rise of the Revoluters

Irie Mix presents AMG & ORieL - Rise of the Revoluters

WORLDWIDE – September 11, 2014 – ZOOLOOK, a new media agency and publishing house (publishers of the Dread & Alive comic book series and IRIE, the independent reggae magazine), today announced the launch of IRIE MIX, featuring Afar Music Group recording artiste, ORieL and his highly anticipated mixtape, Rise of the Revoluters. IRIE MIX ( is a new feature of IRIE offering artiste the chance to have their mix tapes highlighted on IRIE. IRIE is honored to work with Afar Music Group and their recording artiste ORieL in promoting Rise of the Revoluters.

Afar Music Group recording artiste Oriel is a man on a musical mission. Since the start of the year he has kept his fans entertained with the release of a number of quality singles including Give Me a Reason ft. Richie Stevens and Sticks & Stones. The multitalented singer/musician who hails from the island of Dominica has now up the ante with the release of his long awaited mix tape project, Rise of the Revoluters.

Oriel says “Rise of the Revoluters is no ordinary mix tape. Rise of the Revoluters is more than just a mix tape, it’s like a musical thesis. I really hope the fans will give it a passing grade,” said the artiste. The mix tape features a number of previously released tracks such as Down Where I live, Confidence, All By Myself, Sticks and Stones and Give Me a Reason.

Rise of the Revoluters also features a number of new tracks that are slated to be released as singles including Serious (Warrior Spirit) and Brave Heart ft. Ras Maisha. Also included on the mixtape are poems, skits and speeches from a number of revolutionary figures such as Marcus Garvey, Malcolm X and Bob Marley.

Rise of the Revoluters is now available as a free download: Free Download


ZOOLOOK is an award-winning media agency and publishing housed founded in 1996 by Nicholas Da Silva with offices in Belo Horizonte, MG, Brasil and San Francisco, CA. ZOOLOOK prides itself on developing intellectual properties that promote a multicultural experience. Tink Diffran Mon!

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Irie Magazine
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