‘Nate the lion Monlux’ drops a top new single ‘Make The World a better place’ feat ‘Opio’ and ‘Mischa Renee’ now on the American 21 Digital playlist.

The Head of Music for american21.digital said he loved the sentimental and world friendly vibe of the new single ‘Make The World a better place’ from Nathaniel ‘Nate the lion Monlux‘. It’s an amazing thoughtful vibe and uplifting as well as making the listener think seriously about the current state of the mad world. The single comes packed with a cool clear rap and a dreamy, powerful and totally uplifting vocal from the very talented Mischa Renee. The cool and majestic track also features a brilliant rap from ‘Opio’ that makes you really think. Opio is from the legendary underground groups hieroglyphics / souls of mischief. So it’s been placed on the daily playlist at american21.digital and will be played 2-3 times a day in general rotation + as a daily powerplay at approx 12 PM midday eastern USA time for a month or more.

Born June 21, 1986, in Northern California Nathaniel “Nate” Monlux suffered a challenging childhood. After surviving severe burns as an infant, Nate was raised by a loving foster family. His early years were marked with repeated cosmetic surgeries to repair his head and scalp. Those who knew Nate as a boy remember him as outgoing, energetic and charismatic with an energized spirit and a goofy smile.

Nate’s true passion is for music. His, musical influences range from rap legends to Reggae gods. It was Nate’s respect for Reggae music and Rastafarian culture that lead him to visit Jamaica many times. In 2015 Nate founded Gorilla Status Records to bring him closer to the music he loves.

Nates multifaceted persona draws influences from many sources. His love for Harley Davidson culture comes from his birth father. Nate spends much of his time on two wheels. His seemingly paradoxical connections with both urban culture and his respect for the earth and ecological concerns, have caused some to call him the “gangsta hippy”.

At the time of writing Nate still lives in the Northern California hills, at the end of a dirt road, behind a locked gate with his wife Elizabeth and their two sons.