Tuesday, April 15, 2008


Dubroom (DUB) Reggae Video Review

WWW, April 2008 - Livity In The Hood is hard what that hood is a concrete jungle. In 3 minutes and 39 seconds, Israel Vibration shows what life in the ghetto is all about.

"You got to give respect, to get respect", sings the Jamaican Vocal Harmony Group that started off with their legendary album The Same Song. It sounds like the obvious, but when you live in the ghetto the obvious becomes a mechanism of survival.

Yes, things are dread inna Babylon. The Movement of Rastafari is known for many attempts to try and make things upfull in the ghetto's throughout the world, a things which we can seen and hear in sight and sound in this videoclip.

Check it!


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