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Power of the People: Nigerian Reggae

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As Nigeria's premier reggae band, The Mandators aren't in the vanguard of 1990s dancehall acts. Their sound echoes the classic 1970s rockers and Rastafarian mode, notably Bob Marley and the Wailers. While it would be unfair to label lead singer Victor Essiet a Marley imitator, he certainly has absorbed a lot, right down to his phrasing and enunciation. But Essiet and the Mandators are striving for their own style, and this 10-track introductory CD shows that they're finding their own niche. The powerful "System" and hard-edged "Apartheid" and "Injustice" are indications of the group's ability to create and perform arresting protest material. Their cover of "Coat Of Many Colors" is credible, while the title track has a poignance and intensity that overcomes cliched lyrics.

Biografía

Género: Músicas del mundo

Años de actividad: '90s

Though the Mandators have released several albums (the last, Crisis, sold half a million copies) and played to stadium crowds in their home of Nigeria, the band's socially conscious reggae didn't reach America's shores until Heartbeat released Power of the...
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