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'Black Light' Video Premiered Via Okayplayer

'Black Light' Video Premiered Via Okayplayer

Ria Hall today releases new single 'Black Light ft. Mara TK'. Produced by Electric Wire Hustle, this song is a dedication to the incomparable Ralph Hotere.

The new video premiered this morning via Questlove’s Okayplayer:

'Black Light ft. Mara TK' is the latest song from Ria Hall's debut album Rules Of Engagement, produced by Electric Wire Hustle and featuring guest vocals from Hustle front man Mara TK. 'Black Light' is in memory of the great Māori visual artist Ralph Hotere, who passes away while the album was in development. The songs lyrics are inspired by the many works he created over the years.

Taken from Ria Hall’s debut album Rules of Engagement, out now:

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