C.K. Marion Releases Her Latest Single For All The ‘Dreamers’

Rapper C.K. Marion was last seen alongside vocalist Saint Mercury, the video for their powerful rap anthem, ‘Get Up’. That track was about injustice and prejudice in our neighbourhoods, and since then C.K. Marion has risen up as a force to be reckoned with.

C.K. continues to speaking up for those who can’t, using her voice for those who have none. In her previous video, she compared herself to a lion; this power continues in her latest single, ‘Dreamers’.

Dreamers’ might sound airy, but it has the same energy and fire as any other rap anthem. Starting with a cornucopia of breath-taking sounds swirling in and out, it’s taken up a level when we get to the first verse, and the beat drops. Right from the start we hear C.K. Marion’s rapid rhymes, as she controls the melody with her strong vocals. She’s using ‘Dreamers’ to send a message to her listeners – as well all the other Dreamers – to go after your dreams and not to be afraid of chasing them. C.K. wants you to pursue it. ‘Dreamers’ is a song about being fearless and bold, and these are things C.K. Marion knows all about.

In the video for ‘Dreamer’ we are transported to the crystal blue waters and white sand beaches of Cabo, Mexico. C.K. Marion has teamed up with everyone’s favourite director Rob Fitzgerald for the perfect lyric video, which saw Marion herself record the stunning footage of Cabo. There’s even shots of Marion herself rapping the words, as she dances among the rooftops.

Watch the lyric video for ‘Dreamer’ below, and find out more about C.K. Marion and her music online on her official website.

C.K. Marion - Dreamer (Official Music Video)

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