Patrick Mystery follows-up his debut album, “Drastic Times” with another thought-provoking, hard-hitting, and challenging album, “Modern Day Slavery”. “Modern Day Slavery” addresses the problems that are facing the world today. Patrick Mystery posits probing questions with his new album and has the courage to say what must be said.

The title song “Modern Day Slavery” talks about inequities in the world.

“World Leaders” challenges leaders of the world community to tell their people the truth.

In a world in which there is conflict year after year, “Brother” calls out for peace.

“Freedom” gives voice to the oppressed people of the world.

There are some artists that see music not only as a form of entertainment, but as a form of education, social commentary, and activism. These artists understand that music is a part of the human soul and experience and they use music to talk about the things that people over the world are experiencing. Such an artist is Patrick Mystery.

“Modern Day Slavery”, his new album expresses the feelings and experiences of people the world over. A power-packed reggae album featuring songs that run the gamut of the human experience.

SOURCE: Official Bio

LINKS:
https://pmystery.com
https://twitter.com/pmystery

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