Bob Marley & Lucky Dube
Robert Nesta Bob Marley, OM (6 February 1945 – 11 May 1981) was a Jamaican singer-songwriter and musician. Lucky Philip Dube (pronounced doo-beh) (August 3, 1964 – October 18, 2007) was a South African Reggae Musician. /5
Bob Marley Lucky Dube Peter Tosh Michael Jackson Fela Kuti Whitney Houston Black Uhuru Burning Spear Micheal Jackson Marcus Garvey Bunny Wailer Alpha Blondy Tupac Shakur Gregory Isaacs Majek Fashek Brenda Fassie Dolly Parton Steel Pulse Steve Biko
Who would have thought I'd hear a bit of legends Lucky Dube and Bob Marley at the
Chris Brown, Tomorrow People, 2Pac, Bob Marley, Schoolboy Q, Lucky Dube, NWA and more. Shuffle is working wonders at the moment 😎🎶💯
Finally NFF have put an end to all those reggae artists, Lucky Dube, Bob Marley, Patoranking, Peter Tosh all playing 4 Nig by sacking Keshi
"Prophecies and the Lyrics: Engaging the Contemporary and the Past, 'Fela Anikulapo-Kuti, Lucky Dube and Bob Marley in Kaleidoscope."
Lucky dube is a legend. Bob Marley is too. But Canada is not the USA
Somewhere out there Lucky Dube and Bob Marley are having a mega raggea jam sessions that i cant see or be part of
Dude. “I find it so strange, when people make reggae remixes of Bob Marley and Lucky Dube. Like, mate, it's already reggae...”
Lucky Dube or Bob Marley. ..?? i don't know because i love all of them.
Old is gold..keep up with the old school reggae ... Bob Marley + Lucky Dube >>>
Clash of the choirs just reminded of all the people that i wish the could had been alive forever Lucky Dube, The King of Pop Michael Jacko, Bob Marley mam Busie Mhlongo eish
Tell Me- by Okoemu After all the struggles, after the fight, Tell Me how they will feel that now those they fought for are still in captivity. Tell Me how Peter Tosh is feellng now, He envisiage total freedom for africans by 1983, He said, he will be fighting till Africa, and Africans are free" Tell Me how Marcus Garvey is feeling now, He faught for Africans, he love Africa Tell Me how Mandela and Sisulu is feeling now, Were is their struggle, why have we chose to kill the labour of these men? Tell Me how Marthin Lurther King Jr. Is feeling now, Tell Me how Fela is feeling now? Gani, Ojukwu, Bob Marley, Lucky Dube, Steve Biko... Balewa... How is feelings? Africa is going down. Oh Nana Olomu, Jaja of opobo! Africa my fatherland...
If you are giving the opportunity to bring back three of this celebrity.who will she/he be ? 1.Tupac 2.Aliyah 3.B.I.G 4.Micheal Jackson 5.Whitney Houston 6.Left Eye 7. Brenda Fassie 8.Bob Marley 9.Lucky Dube 10.Lebo Mathosa free world
South Africa moving to reggae drums. SINCE the dark days of apartheid, reggae has played a pivotal role in South Africa. Jamaican music still thrives in that country, which has produced its own reggae titan in singer Lucky Dube, who was murdered in October 2007. Gavin Paul Jolliffe, a white show promoter who lives in a village called Asburton on the outskirts of Pietermaritzburg in the province of Kwazulu Natal, says the reggae scene in that region is small compared to other major centres. "During the rise of Reggae Music in the '70s and '80s, South Africa was in the middle of a war in Angola and an uprising, and access to international media was restricted by the then apartheid government. So we missed out on much of the positive music flowing at the time," he told the Sunday Observer by e-mail. According to Jolliffe, it was the white population with control over media who were exposed to reggae. Black domestics who worked in their homes heard the music of Bob Marley and Peter Tosh and told friends about ...
Beres Hammond, Lucky Dube, Morgan Heritage, Fiona, and Bob Marley been on repeat all day I forgot how filthy my Reggae playlist was 😎
Today was Bob Marley's birthday, big ups to him for opening up the world to reggae. In the late 70's/early 8's my twin niece and nephew ran home and told their Mother that I was listening to Mexican music, well they later got in the grove. I been listening to Burning Spear, Steel Pulse, Toots and the Maytels, Black Uhuru, Morgan Heritage, Duane Stephenson, Lucky Dube over the last few days and enjoying to no end, just need a ticket to the islands. Thanks Bob Marley for opening up my ears to a different rhythm.
There was a period in my childhood where all my parents would play was Lucky Dube, Fela Kuti, Paul Simon, Bob Marley, and Alpha Blondy.
IMITATORS People are imitators. They imitate Tupac, Neyo, Nicky Minaj, Beyonce, Nelson Mandela, Dr Malinga, Rihanna, Lucky Dube, Bob Marley, Mzwakhe, Peter Tosh, Lebo Mathosa, Rick Ross, Eminem, Sbusiso (Generations addicts knows it), Wizkid, and others. They walk, talk, dress, in actual fact, they mould their image around this person they want to be like. No one doing that is ashamed to be associated with such a person. Parents, friends and the world encourage and support as they observe this person's transformation. Apostle Paul desired that Corinthians might observe his behavior in order to imitate it. 1 Corinthians 11: 1 Imitate me, just as I also imitate Christ.1 Corinthians 4:16 Therefore I urge you, imitate me. (New King James Version). According to ME he was right in doing that because as their teacher, who else would they imitate. 1Corinthians 11:1 PATTERN YOURSELVES after me [follow my example], as I imitate and follow Christ (the Messiah). Amplified Version Pattern of the same thing can't dif . ...
Why are people always quick to tell us not to talk politics? That music and politics don't mix? Music is our feeling in sound, our feelings are our everyday life. On Mandela's 70th bday when he was in prison, World renounced musicians held a concert in London Wembley and the concert was aired in over 67 countries to over 600 million people. That's when the international community took note of the plight of South Africans. Musicians! Not Politicians! And all great musicians have taken upon themselves to speak out... Lucky Dube, Brenda, Bob Marley, John Lennon, Ali Farta Toure, Oliver Mtukudzi, Hugh Masekela , etc . SILENCE SERVES TO BENEFIT THE FAT CAT IN POWER, ESP THE SILENCE OF THOSE WHO HAVE THE MEANS AND THE REACH.
Reggae Music on my playlist from the great UB40 to Big Moutain to Aswad to the late Lucky Dube to the Legend Bob Marley... First guys on my mind em u tupla
Woke up to the sounds of Bob Marley, Burning Spear, Lucky Dube, Culture, Peter Tosh...feeling bleesed!
"The first mentor of me was Jim Iyke. Before I encounter Wole Soyinka, it was Jim Iyke who quoted Wole in my first movie of his, that made me got that interest in Wole. Even when my teachers were teaching Wole through his plays, I was never interested. Because I use to hate book. Even before I encountered Lucky Dube, through whom, I came to knowing Peter Tosh and Bob Marley respectively. Jim Iyke was the man, when I watch Jim Iyke, I was like "good God, I love this guy!" His diction first caught my attentions, then his dress style. And his actions and reactions. When I watch 'Holy Cross' I re-watch it over and over again. And I was able to rehearse Jim Iyke's role in the movie and even up till now, I can still delivered each of the lines. It was Jim Iyke's role in 'Holy Cross and Show me heaven' as Wole Soyinka influences me to chose playwriting as a career, and Lucky Dube influences me to chose music as a career, so Jim Iyke influences me to chose acting as a career. I am a multiple career kind of man. ( ...
Michael Jackson will be performing a dead show @ the Awudome cemetery on Friday night 1st November 2013. Interested fans should just stab themselves to dead in order to witness the 1st ever live performance in the lifeless zone. Invited guest are Bob Marley, Culture, Lucky Dube, Terry Bon Chaka and many more. A wonderful Drama by Santo, Suzzy Williams, Owusu Ansah, S. K. Oppong and more. Rate: Cool (1 Cup of D.D.T.) Theme: Meet your Legend. Time: Till mama calls. I hope you will be there.
Today 21 Sept is birthday of Kwameh Nkrumah & we no that his spirit wil lead to liberation together with that of Martin Luther King Jr, Chris Hani,Steve Biko,Samorah Machel,Patrice Lumumba,Julius Nyerere,Thomas Sankara,Amilcar Cabral,Marcus Garvey,MLK,Malcolm X,Bob Marley,Peter Tosh, Lucky Dube etc
listening to songs that highlight my childhood growing up. Peter Tosh , Bob Marley & Lucky Dube .
..I love Reggae Music, especially songs by Bob Marley, Peter Tosh and Lucky Dube and count myself as a reggae fan. It was in the morning of Friday October 19, 2007. I was going to work on board our staff bus when I heard the news over the radio that Lucky Dube, the South African-born Reggae Musician, had died the previous day Thursday October 18, 2007! I peremptorily dismissed the news as untrue, hoping that it was either a reverie or I did not hear well. But it turned out to be true, for the sad news was repeatedly aired and soon became the topic of general conversation. Ironically, the late Lucky Dube in one of his hit tracks lamented how evil forces were “killing the prophets of reggae”. Alas! He another prophet of reggae has fallen victim to the same fate in the hands of agents of evil. When the legendary Bob Marley died of cancer in 1981, most of his fans worldwide believed and still believe that there was more to his death than met the eyes. This suspicion of foul play is heightened when viewed ...
I been listening to Lucky Dube, Peter Tosh, Bob Marley and Bunny Wailer. I just wanna draw peace signs everywhere and play instruments
I'm gonna be honest. I was never a fan of Bob Marley. *shrugs* I've always loved Lucky Dube. I'm not gonna bandwagon.
You just can't get tired of their Music --> Bob Marley, Lucky Dube, Raski Mono ..
Without JUSTICE in this world, there would be no EQUALITY. If we Africans want equality in this world, then we stand up and demand justice from the Europeans/whiteman for the Atrocities the caused us during slavery!!! If they killed 100,000,000 Africans, then we need to kill the same before we Africans will ever have peace on this our continent. The souls of all those who died in the struggle are crying for justice. They killed Marcus Garvey, Martin Luther King, Malcom X, Steve Biko, Kwame Nkrumah, Bro Gaddafi, Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Lucky Dube, etc the list goes on and on. And all wht we do is jst stand beside and watch them!!! Rise up U Mighty Race!!!
Bob Marley & Lucky Dube are my favorite reggae singers .
Bob Marley and Lucky Dube was all my parents played around the house when I was a youngin.
they are gone bt their names wil b called out as if thy were stil alive...Bob Marley,Lucky Dube
Bob Marley & Lucky Dube were smarter than some Politicians I know of. Liberating people through music*
Lets go Back, Back into time, When Music was Pure Music... Talk about Dolly Parton, Kenny Rogers, Bob Marley, Lucky Dube, Celin Dion, David Foster, Josh Groban, Elvis Presley... Come on now fellow Oddies, list them down here...
Which artist would be remembered the most if they died today? Like we remember 1.Bob Marley 2.PK Chishala 3. 2 Pac 4.Paul Ngozi 5.Micheal Jackson 6.Lucky Dube and many more Admin Mastermind
"Around here we only bumping Fela Kuti, Tupac or Bob Marley, Lucky Dube."
Black history month-dedicated to the present and late black musician who not only gave us music but sang about our black struggle.Africa and Africa diaspora.Africa has produced the late mama Africa marriam makeba the first african singer to win a grammy.Brenda Fassie,Lucky Dube,Angelique Kidjo,Salif Keita,Yossou Ndou,Kadja Nin,Babaa Maal,Papa Wemba,Sade,Jonathan Butler,Oliver Mtukudzi.African American artist the list is endless.The great Mahalia Jackson,Nina Simon,louis Amstrong,Tupac Shakur,Luther Vandross,Shirley Ceasar,Whitney Houston,Aaliyah,The Ojays,Aretha Franklin,Boyz to men,Nas,Quincey Jones,Albertina Walker.The carribeans are also in our history books,Jamica tops as most of the artist used Reggae Music to raise awareness about Africa and struggles of Black people.Bob Marley and the Waylers,Peter Tosh(no matter were you come from as long as you have black skin you are an Afrikan.Burning Spear.Mama Rita Marley,Culture,The Graet Andy Palacio-Garifuna music icon.The list is endless of our black musi ...
Its sad that Lucky Dube doesnt get the level of respect or the notoriety Bob Marley does. Its depressing that they both dead. RIP
*** please.. Lucky Dube is da king of reggae lol"you think Bob Marley ain't the King Of Reggae."
For the longest time - when I was young(er) I thought Bob Marley and Lucky Dube were the same person.
burnin it like Peter Tosh, Bob Marley and The late Lucky Dube... (burning green grass)
When 2face, Asa, Nneka, Bob Marley, Lucky Dube, Peter Tosh, 2PAC music are not the most view on youtube you should know something is wrong
Try to listen to the combination of these raggae guys; Bob Marley,Lucky Dube and Majek Fashek musical selections for just twenty (20)minutes and Tell Me what it does to you. A. It ginger your swagger B. It inspire you C. It lower your morale
Your Boyfriend All Time Favorite singers Be "Bob Marley, Lucky Dube and the likes... Yet tells you he doesn't "smoke?
"One is only poor if he chooses to be".- Dolly Parton.In those days,songs were highly didactic; music was a tool in the transformation of the society.Robert Nesta(Bob) Marley, Lucky Dube, Jim Reeve, Michael Jackson,Whitney Houstin, Evi Edna, Christy Essien- Igbokwe Brenda Fassie and many more were freedom fighters,great humanists, philosophers and human rights activists.These were evident in their songs.For instance, Dolly Parton's Coat of many Colours quoted above is full of wits and wisdom. Lucky Dube used music to wage war against apartheid in South Africa; Michael Jackson used his song USA for Africa to raise funds for the needy in 1983; Bob Marley fought many wars through his songs.Today, music has been abused by many contemporary and budding "musicians". What we have today from music industry is a combination of madness and drunkeness.Imagine a Nigerian musician, Timaya,including this in one of his songs: "God go punish their papa and their mama". This is highly absurd! I call on relevant authoriti ...
If you were given the Supernatural power to bring back people who died, which Dead Musician would you resurrect? •Michael Jackson •Whitney Houston •Da Grin •Tupac •Notorious BIG •Lucky Dube •Bob Marley •Others...Speci fy for me I would resurrect LUCKY DUBE
Tribute to the Reggae Legends Legends formerly known as Bob Marley Day has been an annual event in San Diego for 30 years now and has spread from Ensenada to San Francisco and beyond. The San Diego Tribute to the Reggae Legends Festival/Bob Marley Day always features the biggest and brightest stars from Jamaica, Europe, and Africa. Steel Pulse, Third World, Bunny Wailer, Peter Tosh, Black Uhuru, Lucky Dube, Alpha Blondy, Yellowman, and Shaggy are just some of the artists who have performed for Makeda’s tribute to Brother Bob Marley. Yes that’s right Bob Marley and Makeda Makossa were good friends working and producing together.
In my cell phone, i have: 88 tracks of Lucky Dube songs 20 tracks of Peter Tosh songs 48 tracks of Bob Marley songs 8 tracks of Eedris Abdulkareem songs 11 tracks of Asa songs 6 tracks of Tiwa savage songs 4 tracks of Rita Marley songs 8 tracks of 2face songs 3 tracks of Nkulee Dube songs 1 track of Fela Kuti. 5 tracks of Jimmy Cliff 2 tracks of alpha blundy 1 track of larry marshall 1 track of marlion asha I want more of Fela Kuti. If u have any link, send it to me so i can download dem. Including more of Peter Tosh. Thanks
".it is the dead has see the end of war!" Rest in Peace...to these men I loved much and can remenise in thought and rememberance..that are no more...I miss U.. "Chisom Nzeako", "Bros..Olumide Coker","Bros..Femi Fayomi,"Afolabi Ijuwoye", "Kenneth Okebugwu","Niyi Coker", "Akeem Ojuko", ".2pac Amaru Shakur,"Baba Fela Anikulapo Kuti "70"","Bob Marley","Lucky Dube","Marven Gaye","Livinus Ajonuma","Luther Vandross",Nico Nbaga","Sunny Okosun","Biggy Smalls C. Wallice","Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe","Pa. Obafemi Awolowo", "Pa. Chukwuemeka O. Ojukwu","Matin Luther king Jr.","Micheal Jackson"," F. Kennedy",.to all who died in this life of struggle! ...R.I.P. "Life we see today is not for ever".Peace!
Lucky Dube, Bob Marley, Colbert Mukwevho, Khakhathi, Burning Doctor, Just Eyes, Humbulani Ramagwedzha, S Ragimana and others the love of reggea music
Ever given urself the chance 2listen to Lucky Dube? He's good too Bob marley anytime! Bob Marley or Lucky Dube?
I think if Reggae is nt d Best Music ever then it is surely among d best. I'm chilling out Don Carlos, Eric Donaldson, Tubaba, Lucky Dube, Orits Williki, Majek Fashek, Bob Marley, Ras Kimono, Max Udoh, Harry Okere n d Mandators n I don't seem get enough of them. Wht a great lot!
@ reggae buffs:met a reggae enthusiast who is a walking encyclopedia of that genre of music.after much gist,I gave him my top 5 reggae songs of all time as follows(not including dancehall or 'ragga' in local parlance):1.Redemption song-Bob Marley;2.Reggaemylitis-Peter Tosh;3.Send down the rain-Majek Fashek;4.Reggae strong-Lucky Dube & 5.Rhumba Style-Ras Kimono...what's yours?
a mix of Bob Marley with a touch of Lucky Dube entwined with a pinch of Peter Torch and finally dressed with the Burning Spear
happening now and every other THURSDAY inside KLUBHOUSE--K1-- parklands++its all about Big people vintage Reggae Music all night long++Talk of Bob Marley, Dennis Brown, Gregory Isaacs, Lucky Dube to Cecile, Chris martins, Konshens and Beyond+++its DOHTY FAMILY to di world+++
Reggae never gets old - Bob Marley, Lucky Dube, Beres Hammond & the others thank you!
Best Musicians of all time... Peter Tosh, Black Uhuru, Jimmy Cliff, Burning Spear, Bob Marley, Steele Pulse, Scratch, Lucky Dube and Bunny.!
So didn't Bob Marley or Lucky Dube songs speak to African streets because they were in English? Message is message
Nuff respect to Bob Marley,Lucky Dube and Fela Anıkulapo Kutı...all three were advocates of the masses-refusıng to sell out to the system of thıngs.Never deterred from speakıng out for justıce and equıty.though lıfe ıs short,ur message lıves on tıll the last man turns to fossıl-always relevant,always true. Respect!
who are you? why are you living? Without an answer to that God will punish you! Everyone is sent from heaven to worship before the return (Death). The pain you feel inside your heart is the same pain we all feel but since we don't talk about this we end up killing ourselves or dien accidently while there are some people that can help.. Sow many bad things are now happening in namibia, by how i studied nature God have sent us the spirit of death and only by prayers he can forgive us all and delete Weakness. Sow many people act active but the answer still is prayers even-though you think its that disease! Jesus died and left the holy spirit to be used to heal but from what i see they use the holy spirit to do evil things. The holy spirit is divided that's why we have different tribes with different believes. This world suppose to be one!! God is angry and i can feel it!! 2pac, Lucky Dube, Peter Tosh, Bob Marley, Michael Jackson and sow many are like Jesus. If you are not following there words, I'm sorry for ...
Am proud of "BLACK" There is power embeded in our gene and our skin. Michael Jackson, Mike Tyson, Barrack Obama, Bob Marley, Serena and Venus williams, Hulk Hogan, zinedine Zidane, George Weah, Pele and Zico of Brazil, Okocha, Bash and Mohammed Ali, Kanu Nwankwo, Eto'o, Drogba, Toure's, Usain Bolt, Nelson Mandela, Baba Awolowo, OBJ, Lucky Dube. These are Black people who have rule the world! "BLACK IS BEAUTY"
Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Lucky Dube, your words will always be in human kind. In the name of peace,amen!!!
It was the shocking news, that brought tears to my eyes. And you made me remember what it was like to cry. On that dreadful day, God decided it was your time, your time to go, so He took your life away, And everyone felt the pain, the pain that you had been suffering for so long. It's harder than I ever thought life could be without you. So the I will always think of you, And I will always know tht where u at you'll be looking down on me keeping me safe, making sure every thing goes okay in my life, making sure that I live a good life just like you did until the day that God decided that it was your time to go and I cried as the rain fell that day, It wz on the 12th of September wen u agreed wen God called u. Listening 2 Bob Marley,Lucky Dube, UB 40 myks m mic u more n more! Wil always luv u ZWAI?
*Bob Marley. *Lucky Dube. *Tupac Shakur. *Fela Kuti. *Mother Theriza. *Notorious B.I.G. *Brenda Fasi. *Mamman Shata. If you are asked to pick one of the above,and the one you pick will resurrect,who will you pick ?.
Man, I know we had a lot of tragedies lately. I just wanna say rest in peace to Aaliyah, Whitney Houston, Rest in peace to Left Eye, Sera, Mr X, Bob Marley, Lucky Dube, Rest in peace to Tupac Shakur, Notorious B.I.G, Nate Dogg, And everybody lost in the Lugogo Bombings, And everybody lost period. All we got is HOPE!!
They crucified Jesus Christ ,they killed Marcus Garvey,they kiled Bob Marley,they shot Lucky Dube bt as a rasterman i wil stil push on thru til d world hears ma voice n i bliv d blak identity wil sing a song of freedom n independence...Hmm africa we av samtin no mata what dey cant take it away frm us.Rasta Awake Stand Tall Africa...if u fail in one endervour neva giv up..Bob Marley try to bkam a footbaler n he neva suicide bt he bkaim d greatest musician eva.so kip on movin til u hit ur target..
Songs for womans day R, Kelly : When a WOMAN lOVE Maxwell : This WOMANs work Joe Tomas : What if a WOMAN Ciphus semenya : WOMAN got a right to be Bob Marley : No WOMAN no cry Culoe de song : African WOMAN Harold Melvin : its all bocz of a WOMAN Celine Dion : Natural WOMAN Alicia keys : A WOMAN worth Shirly Brown : WOMAN to WOMAN Lucky Dube : Bless the WOMAN Percy Sledge : when Man loves a WOMAN R, Kelly : when a WOMAN z fed up
If you love reggae you got at least have 1 of these: Bob Marley, Gregory Isaacs, Lucky Dube, Eddie Lovette, JC Lodge, ub40, Alpha Blony, etc
Sometimes I just want to sit down and listen to these greatest Old School Reggae Artist Back2BackNoStop! (Beres Hammond, Gregory Issacs, Jimmy Clif, Lucky Dube, Bob Marley).
This Friday all lovers of Reggae Music, Bob Marley, Peter Tosh Official, & Lucky Dube must roll out for this one!!! Big Show this Friday night at the Elbo Room!!!
Haile Silasie the emperor,Bob Marley the father,Lucky Dube the king,Christophe Matata the neighbour,we are truly,ORPHANS OF REGGAE.
Bob Marley and Lucky Dube is stil the best reggae singer in Heaven
I just wanna make a wish Oh Lord, give us Lucky Dube, Bob Marley, Peter Tosh and take away any politician of our choice
Tomorrow night reggae fever infects Tradewinds with the island sounds of Toots & the Maytals, Burning Spear, Sly & Robbie, The Mighty Sparrow, The I Threes, King Tubby, Peter Tosh, Bob Marley, Ziggy Marley, Alpha Blondy, The Wailing Souls, Augustus Pablo, Lucky Dube, Tappa Zukie, Junior Murvin, Gregory Isaacs, Bunny Wailer, Maxi Priest, Black Uhuru and many, many more so come out and celebrate life, celebrate your freedoms, celebrate your brothers and sisters, celebrate the fact that you woke up this morning and eat, drink and dance with us!
Micheal Jackson will be per4ming a great show at the awudome cemetary 2nite.Inrested funs lyk u shd just stap urself 2 death inorder to withness the first life performance in the lifeless zone,Invited guest lyk Bob Marley,culture,Lucky dube ,terry bonchaka, Suzzy william and many more.Wonderfull drama by Santo,owusu ansah,oppong and more.Rate: one cup of DDT. Tittle: death celebration.VIP rate: quick death pls do not miss dis show.VIP LYK Mosses Sogah will be there as well.
There are not may reggae stars I know of apart form Bob Marley, Alpha Blondie, Lucky Dube', Don Carlos and Eric Donaldson. I feel like all of them right now.oh and Yellow Man too. hehe!
These individuals lived colossal lives. Some of them came up from the slums of the ghettos to fame and fortune...Tupac Shakur, Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Bob Marley, Lucky Dube, Brenda Fassi,, Fela Kuti, etc. These men touched our hearts with the words in their songs. They inspired us with lessons, stories, advices and experiences...but they lived lives worth nothing to write home about. They were and still are great because they still teach us today...so bad, they never took the time to listen to the lyrics in their songs. Joe Thinking!
Do you remember the martyrs,martyrs the one named Marcus Garvey,the one named Bob Marley. Do you remember the martyrs martys,the one named Per Tosh,the one named Joseph Hill. They were the ones who sang so irie,the ones who sang for you and me. Do you remember when Reggae songs said something. Sang for roots and reality. Do you remember Jacob Miller and Lucky Dube. To be continued.
I hate when people talk reggae but all they can refer back to is Bob Marley..he is a legend but what abt Lucky Dube, Gregory Isaacs, Culture
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