Buju Banton ruled the underground through most cities. You could not go to a party without hearing the mighty voice of Buju “Gargamel” Banton. Buju had a endless barrage of lyrics and an uncanny timing..In the reggae dance hall field in my personal opinion only Shabba Ranks and Possibly Super cat had greater timing and rode the rhythm like no other but that’s up to debate. Buju is a legend and he my be coming home from his incarceration..I don’t know why he was caught around that poison but regardless. He seemed like the was lured and setup,,, Everyone makes mistakes and if Buju is indeed is trying to pursue a path of integrity we should welcome the Banton’
Sistah Nancy, Jay z and Damien Marley share the affect of reggae music and the culture in the wonderful Island Of Jamaica… Now there is much more beautiful places in Jamaica. However, we could not leave out the sufferers and the community where some of the greatest music and cultural expressions were created and harnessed outside of Africa….Love exchange
Came out in 2007 or so this song is classic and the video is fiiiiiiiiiireeeeeeeeee..Timeless classic. Nas and Damien went in
wisdom and gems dropped on the cranium in large quantities. What! who ever disliked this have some real psychological issues.
Kings and Queens be grateful and have patience…Bob Marely, Marcus Garvey, Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, Steven Biko, Kwame
NKruma, Nelson Mandela, all would be proud
What deh man seh? Oh shit….Lyrics! Lyrics!….. Warrior tune…..Brap Brap Brap!
Culture, warrior music! Riddim is wicked!
You cannot have goodness without gratitude so have a good attitude, you ah ear meh!
Gratefulness and righteousness but not self righteousness. Khaled dropped some heat with Sizzla
Respect life Positivity