Monday, September 20, 2010




WWW, September 2010 - Riding a contemporary rendering of the classic Real Rock riddim, Everton Blender showing once again just what he is able to do with his voice. In "Ghetto Youths", he stands up for the fact that there's too much suffering in the ghetto's in spite of the fact that many of the youths have good hearts.

Where many look down on the ghetto people, as much as many will also see the rising of the good-hearted youths as they fight their way up to the top. A thought-provoking statement, delivered in the Roots and Culture style of the upful Rastaman.

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