Rob Murat joins forces with rising Dancehall artiste Jupitar for the release of their newest, feel-good single, ‘Fly Away’

Highly accredited actor and recording artist, Rob Murat, teams up with multi-award-winning dancehall artiste, Jupitar, for their incredible new single, ‘Fly Away’. Produced by Rob and Nate Williams (Rick Ross, Shark Wandvac, Verse Simmonds), the vibrant, feel-good track seamlessly blends a number of sonic influences ranging from dancehall and reggae to hip-hop and Afrobeats to create a fun and euphoric atmosphere, the perfect backdrop for the track’s uplifting and thought-provoking lyrics.

Energetic and empowering, Rob Murat and Jupitar’s collaboration brings forth the very best of the bunch in both artists. Jupitar lends his melodic flare and African influences into the mix whilst Rob’s Haitian roots play a pivotal role in the song’s creation, offering listeners a surprise verse sung entirely in Haitian Creole!

“As a Haitian-American who understands the country’s rich history, it didn’t make sense to sit aside silently and miss this perfect opportunity to shine the light on the amazing potential that lies within Haiti and its people even in these dark moments.” – Rob Murat

Littered with catchy beats, bright, positive lyricism and an important message, ‘Fly Away’ captures the spirit of the people, encouraging listeners to continue to hope, persevere and push forward through the dark times in order to get to the light. Timely yet timeless, ‘Fly Away’ is a fantastic offering from Rob & Jupitar and a welcomed addition to both artists impressive discographies.

”Working with Rob was a pleasure and fantastic experience, we both pushed each other’s artistic boundaries to create a masterpiece cutting across music genres. The song and vibe is electric and dedicated to our fans!” – Jupitar

‘Fly Awayy’ by Rob Murat x Jupitar


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