‘Chant Down Babylon’ is one of many works commissioned by THTC, drawing on themes of Rastafarianism, reggae culture and the legend that is Bob Marley. The term ‘Chant Down Babylon’ is taken from the song with the same name on the 1983 ‘Confrontation’ album by Bob Marley & The Wailers and is regularly used by reggae artists worldwide today.
Please note, THTC's hemp t-shirts are a slightly larger cut than our organic cotton tees, so please check the size chart before ordering.
The design is printed in the UK using water-based inks. This t-shirt was certified by Control Union. THTC also works with Responsible 100 to further ensure transparency in our production line.
Also available in men's grey hemp tees, women's hemp tees, organic cotton tees, men's crew neck sweaters and gold lion tees.
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THTC's signature design by Mau Mau. ‘Get Rich’ is a playful parody of 50 Cent’s infamously titled album and film, ‘Get Rich Or Die Trying’. Featuring Tiny Tim as a graffiti artist, this message is one of spreading compassion.
20% of sales from this design go to Refugee Community Kitchen - supporting compassion in action.
Beat boxers, rappers, ravers, skankers, DJs, producers, MCs know the Amen Break. This design was a collective effort brought to life by Phil Askew and Jo McClean.
Pictured: Stamina MC, MC Cardz (Japan) and Jungle legend Mickey Finn (Photo by Chelone Wolf)View full product details