Gangster - Ras Kimono - African Roots Reggae (CD, Album)


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Label: Music Makers Promotions Inc. - MMP 308 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Reggae • Style: Roots Reggae


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8 Comments

  1. Yozshular
    Listen free to Ras Kimono – African Roots Reggae (Lucifer, Gangster and more). 12 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at edoraphexutat.blacrobaletistidebenanpollmino.co
  2. Goltishura
    Ras Kimono. Ras Kimono (9 May – 10 June ) was a Nigerian reggae artist whose debut album Under Pressure, led by the single "Rum-Bar Stylée", was a big hit in the Nigerian music scene in Before he released his solo album, he was in a group called The Jastix along with Amos McRoy and Majek Fashek.
  3. Malajar
    May 10,  · Ras Kimono (9 May – 10 June ) was a Nigerian reggae artist whose debut album 'Under Pressure', led by the single "Rum-Bar Stylée", was a big hit in the Nigerian music scene in Before he released his solo album, he was in a group called The Jastix along with Amos McRoy and Majek Fashek. Born in Nigeria, Kimono served a long appr.
  4. Douk
    Label: Polydor - POLP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Nigeria • Genre: Reggae • Style: Roots Reggae Ras Kimono - Under Pressure (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(3).
  5. Zumuro
    But Jah roots in Africa, which makes the idea of African reggae so appealing, is only part of the equation, because reggae was also Jamaican pop music. And the missing link in Africa probably is the song hooks and craftsmanship of '60s U.S. soul songwriting (hello there, Curtis Mayfield). Virtually all the tracks groove convincingly enough, but 5/
  6. Tale
    Music Style. Blakk Rasta does KUCHOKO which is preokminantly Reggae music fused with African rythmns and energies pouring out conscious lyrics about Love, Equal rights and Justice, Blackness, Rasta and spiritual love et cetera. The music is done in English, Jamaican Patois .
  7. Akinogal
    Originally a singer in the traditional South African mbaganga style, Lucky Dube switched his style to reggae in the early s and became extremely successful worldwide. His sound continued the laid-back traditions of the '70s, generally focusing on traditional Roots Reggae.
  8. Jular
    Apr 29,  · Ras Kimono is particularly remembered for his unique heavily percussive reggae idiom, which sounded more like a cross-over between reggae and Afrobeat music. His form he had christened Rhumba Style – and he issued no les than six albums to prove his control of that peculiar form.

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