Friday, November 9, 2007

Prezident Brown - To JAH Only (Video Review)

Dubroom (DUB) Reggae Video Review

WWW, October 2007 - Prezident Brown was one of the conscious vocalists to follow in the footsteps of Tony Rebel back in the early 1990's.

They came to bring back consciousness in the Dance. Spearheaded by the House of the Bobo Shanti and others like Tony Rebel and Luciano, the early 1990's marked a period some Reggae historians call the Rasta Renaissance.

Prezident Brown was one of the prophets to bring the message once again, and in this video clip we will see him as he spreads some truths and rights and worship of Creator.

The music is based on the Nyabinghy rhythm, technically some wouldn't call it Reggae even. Acoustic Guitars are there too, while Prezident Brown shares his testimony and observations.



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