Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) November 11, 2014
TGEE Records' ground breaking world music artist Ekayani's "Money to Burn Remixes" EP is now available on ITunes and all digital sites worldwide. Her topical anthem about climate change, and it's relationship to the economic interests of Wall Street, arrives on the heels of the People's Climate March. A model by day and singer by night, Ekayani (pronounced A - Kai- Yah- Knee) towers at 6 foot 1 inches with a wild mass of hair that makes her a striking figure. What is more striking is her choice of poems from the 15th and 18th centuries set to 130 BPM, taking the meaning of global dance music to another dimension. TGEE Records assembles an international collective of remixers from the Congo, Italy,France and the United Kingdom to highlight Ekayani's enchanting voice singing in Bengali and Sanskrit. Versatile, she can also be found accompanying Loren Russo's weekly Thursday night asana class at the popular JivaMukti Yoga School in downtown New York City off Union Square-- inspiring students with low fi versions of her club hits.
"Money to Burn addresses an environment and a culture right near where I live: Wall Street. I wanted to keep the track upbeat while I juxtaposed very relevant concerns about climate change. I added a wisdom text to change our perspective of our environment so we don't ravage the earth. But we have got to keep dancing." On Friday, November 21 Ekayani appears at Brooklyn's Branded Saloon to discuss and perform her hit "Money to Burn". Branded Saloon is located at 603 Vanderbilt Avenue in the Prospect Heights section of Brooklyn