Wednesday, April 2, 2008


Dubroom (DUB) Reggae Video Review

WWW, March 2008 - In an answer to the violence in his home base of Guyana, Enty-Jah chants straight from the heart on a brand new dancehall riddim. Time to Chant Down Babylon once more!

Guyana-based vocalist Enty-Jah uses his voice to chant Truth and Right, in his own particular style. Sometimes, we feel the vibe of the 1980's when "fast chat" was developed in the UK where in other times it's like the brethren is singing.

Violence is literally killing Guyana. Local artist Enty-Jah can't stand it no longer. "Where did Guyana gone?", he asks himself, and decides to tell the world about what's happening.

He does just that in this professional Dancehall video and tune.


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