RTE’s The Newsroom is on its way to a special one-hour special featuring Camouflage Rappers from around the world.
The show, airing on Saturday, May 24 at 8pm on RTE1, will see a wide range of artists including DJ Akademiks, R&B DJ Khaled, hip hop artist, and R&b producer DJ Khals.
RTE will also be airing exclusive interviews with artists from across the globe.
Among the artists featured will be DJ Khaleses cousin and RZA’s new collaborator, Riff Raff, as well as RZA himself.
Riff Ruff’s brother and RiffRaffs cousin, Jazzy Jeff, has been working with the rapper and producer on projects ranging from remixes and live performances to collaborations with his label and label mates.
In an interview with RTE, Jazeerthan, the artist behind the cover of his debut single, “Lemme Put On”, explained why the song was chosen for this special special.
“I was inspired by Jaz’s art of camouflage.
It’s a simple but elegant piece of music,” Jaze, who is from Johannesburg, South Africa, said.”
The song’s simplicity and the simplicity of the song is in reference to how much I respect Camouflages work.”
For Camouflagers work, the most important thing is to make a piece of art that can be shared, that can reach a whole audience, that will help spread the message that we all have to stand up and stand together.
“The RZA-produced “Lemonade” is the first single from Jaze’s debut album, Camouflaged, which was released earlier this year.
The track, which featured a guest appearance from Rihanna, was the first to feature the rapper’s vocals.
Jazzy explained that he wanted the song to be his debut solo album, but he knew he would be playing to a wider audience when he took the music to the stage.”
The cover art for the track was created by Camouflaging Rappers, which also provided the artwork for the artwork on the front cover of Jazeers debut album.”
I wanted to do it at the beginning of the year, so I think the album is definitely going to go out this year.”
The cover art for the track was created by Camouflaging Rappers, which also provided the artwork for the artwork on the front cover of Jazeers debut album.
Jaze also revealed that he did not plan to include any of the tracks from his previous albums on the cover, and he was only able to create the cover for his first single due to the support of his label.
“No matter how many times you hear the word album cover, it’s just not what you want to hear,” he explained.
“We wanted to create a visual statement, to show that you can be yourself, that you don’t have to conform to anyone’s style, that your style is just yours.”