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Roots Reggae Rasta 4 everyone!!

Natty Dread Sicilian Rastafari named Alborosie? I kno I said da same thing, but dis guy is authentic. Dis is stunning material from an artist I had no idea even existed 12 hours ago....But DAM are his riddims thick, feels like those bass lines have no bottom watsoever! Great horn work, slow old school roots vibes wit a dash of dub, ear popping synth work gives it a brand new taste, true rasta msg spreading the love of the all high JAH...Dis guys voice is eerily haunting of the golden days of Bob, Toots, Sly & Robbie, Burning Spear...Truly epic find despite his unusual name for a Rastafarian, but when you consider him to be an Italian Rastafarian it makes a lot more sense. Buy!!!

Why hate on America?

Why single out America? There is good and bad in every country. What's funny about this group is they haven't come up with an original song name on the whole album. All have been previously used by past roots reggae artists. Again, I ask, why turn off your American fans with a song like "America"? Isn't reggae about bringing people from all races, creed and country together? I'm disappointed, but I can't deny that alborosie has some talent.

Great Music

Good reggae, this guy knows what he's doin. It may be odd that he is from Sicily and talks and sings like a man from Jamaica but it doesn't matter cause good music is good music. I'd give it a 5 except i hate his "America" song. God Bless America


Born: July 4, 1977 in Marsala, Sicily, Italy

Genre: Reggae

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Singer, songwriter, DJ, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Alborosie ended up being one of the more unlikely of Jamaica's dancehall and reggae stars. Born Alberto D'Ascola in Marsala, Sicily on July 4, 1977, the son of a retired police officer, Alborosie taught himself to play guitar, bass, drums, and piano and by 1993, when he was just 15, he was playing in the Italian reggae band Reggae National Tickets, billing himself as Stena. In 2001 he decided to leave the group for a solo career, and moved...
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Escape from Babylon to the Kingdom of Zion, Alborosie
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Reggae, Music
  • Released: Feb 16, 2010

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