D'bi & The 333's Civil Rights Mixtape is a 4 track EP of protest songs reverberating in a digital age while keeping sacred the wisdoms of the past. It honours the 12" record's 33 1/3 revolutions per minute through radical dub-musical anarchy and insists that we dance, sing, organize, protest, strategize and love our way to equality and emancipation. A lullaby to our dead behind us. CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE ALBUM
D’bi. & The 333 is an Afro-Dub-Fusion band headlined by the dancehall-queen-daughter-of-dub-poetry-womxnist-warrior D’bi Young Anitafrika. Internationally acclaimed, anitafrika possesses a lyricism that stems from early Jamaican dub fused with dancehall reggae, hiphop, punk rock, afro-beat and performance art; producing a pepperpot of theatricality that crosses cultural boundaries, reconfigures social norms and inspires change. Founded by Sudanese master musician and composer Waleed Abdulhamid, The 333 features Abdulhamid on bass, Sarah Thawer on drums, Joseph Callender on horns, Patrick O'Reilly on guitar, Najla Nubyanluv on support vocals and D’bi Young Anitafrika on lead vocals. Together, D'bi. & The 333 are the new protest music that you can Dance, Sing, Grow, Act and Love to.
d'bi.young anitafrika is an African Jamaican playwright-performer, director-dramaturge and educator-scholar whose art addresses issues of gender, sexuality, race, class, ability and the human experience.