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Album Review

There's no questioning Chuck Fenda's motivations or his passion: on Fulfillment, his fifth album, he continues to dedicate his singjay skills to spreading messages of social uplift and spiritual admonition, supported by top-quality dancehall and one-drop rhythms provided by producer Kemar "Flava" McGregor. The problem continues to be his unreliable pitch, which is excruciatingly flat on several of this album's key tracks: on the opening number, "I Am for the Poor," he's so out of tune that it's tempting to abandon the album immediately; on "Survivor," also early in the program, he combines painfully off-pitch singing with an annoying whinny that makes him sound like a Sizzla imitator. But if you don't listen to the rest of the album you'll miss some real gems: the excellent "Oh Lord Forgive Them," the very nice combination track "Bad Boy" (featuring Sammy Dread), the even better combination track "Tough Time" (featuring a brilliant Bushman). Fenda deserves credit for taking some musical risks as well, such as the beatless "Thin Line" and the subtly implied nyahbinghi rhythms that underlie "Want to Be Free." And for those listeners who aren't clear on this, there's an instructive song titled "The Devil Is a Liar." McGregor's rhythms are excellent throughout.

Customer Reviews

The Poor People

It is great to see Chuck Fenda return with a full set. "Heights" speaks for itself. The Poor People Defender brings a sense of urgency to his message. It is as if he is making one last plee to mankind. This is sure to get his loyal fans excited again while recruiting new listeners to his potent brand of Reggae. There are lots of familiar beats here and some that reach back to the early roots era of the 70s. The collaborations are the highlight of the album. Bad Boy with Sammy Dread is lush with reverb and has that great dub effect. I Wayne adds a nice balance to the fiery chanter's sound and Bushman polishes the rest off real nicely. Other hidden gems are "Cold For The Money" & "Herbalist Farmer." I was a bit reluctant to give it a 5 star because that is reserve for his first classic set Better Dayz. This one is highly recommended.

Great album

Chuck Fenda album is great espically with the classicj amaican beats and the words of wisdom that come from his songs. This album is a great buy for the masses to listen and enjoy.

not bad

Its an ok album, I like his one before this one called "The living Fire" better than this on. But its got a few good songs on there.

Fulfillment, Chuck Fenda
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  • $7.99
  • Genres: Reggae, Music, Dub
  • Released: Oct 27, 2009

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