Multi-talented rapper, producer, activist, and multi-instrumentalist Dizraeli has returned with his new album, ‘Alive At The End Of The World: Set One.’ The album is the first part of a double album release, and features live recordings from his recent and groundbreaking tour, The Twenty Years Deep Tour. This tour was not only innovative in its music, but also in its approach to sustainability and community engagement, making it a model for other artists to follow.
Throughout his career, Dizraeli has gained widespread recognition and collaborated with diverse artists such as Kae Tempest, Beardyman, Jam Baxter, and Eliza Carthy. He has also received numerous accolades from esteemed publications, made appearances on SBTV and embarked on several sell-out tours across the UK.
Dizraeli’s recent tour was centered around three key aims, all of which reflect his passion for climate activism and community building. Firstly, the tour aimed to make sense ecologically by using trains and low-carbon vehicles wherever possible, planting trees in every city they visited, distributing wildflower seed to every audience, connecting with local food producers, and making all merchandise from recycled or sustainable materials where possible. Secondly, the tour aimed to meaningfully connect communities by collaborating with community choirs and offering free tickets to young people interested in the arts who may not usually have access to these events. Thirdly, the tour aimed to have a lasting legacy that matters, serving as a model for other artists who want to make a positive impact on the environment and communities.
Dizraeli’s latest album, ‘Alive At The End Of The World: Set One,‘ powerfully accentuates his message, while displaying his one-of-a-kind blend of folk and hip-hop sounds, performed by his impressive 8-piece band. The album’s tracks are a mesmerizing mix of rich and splendid music, with soulful backup vocals and Dizraeli’s incomparable, lyrical style. The first single from the album, “Morning Light,” pays tribute to rebellious joy, as well as to Dizraeli’s father, and is enriched with a pool of uplifting vocal harmonies, layers of synths, strings, and vibraphone, all complemented by Dizraeli’s emotive and poignant poeticism.
Dizraeli’s immense success and widespread acclaim are evident from his previous appearances at Glastonbury, WOMAD, and the Main Stage of Shambala. The recent finale of The Twenty Years Deep Tour at the O2 Academy in Bristol was a massive, sold-out show featuring the 8-piece band and two local choirs. With his immense artistic vision, strong values, and the determination to change the music industry for the better, Dizraeli is a fascinating artist.