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So Many Things

Anthony B

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Album Review

Within the realm of '90s reggae music, Anthony B.'s brilliant debut album, So Many Things, did much to help usher in the age of the conscious DJ. Picking up where the late Garnett Silk left off, Anthony B. unites Rastafarian roots to dancehall rhythms. With "so many things to teach right now," his messages are thoroughly positive, even when in defiant mode as in "Fire Pon Rome." Calls for political justice, repatriation, and an end to youth violence are tempered with spiritual rapture as the production of Richard Bell fuels the fires. "Raid the Barn" serves as an excellent example of Anthony B. at his best, with his melodic singing nicely complementing his rhythmic chatting. A duet with Garnett Silk called "World in Trouble" takes the textured concept to its beautiful extreme. Inspiring from start to finish, So Many Things stands as a cultural stalwart in a sea of moral midgets.

Customer Reviews

respect due.

this album is well written and preformed. the songs are inspirational,especially raid the barn. he mixes dance hall rythms with lyrics of truth and wisdom. this album should be in your collection.

Anthony B is great live

I saw him live and his energy is amazing. He was at Ragamuffins Festival 2008, and was one of the best artists there.

Biography

Born: March 31, 1976 in Clarks Town, Jamaica

Genre: Reggae

Years Active: '00s

Reggae singer Anthony B. was born Keith Blair in Clarks Town, Jamaica; after performing with church and school choirs throughout his youth, he made his debut as a DJ with the local sound system Shaggy Hi-Power. Relocating to Portmore in 1988, he befriended fellow aspiring DJs including Determine, Mega Banton, and Ricky General, issuing his debut record The Living Is Hard in 1993. Teaming with producer Richard "Bello" Bell, Anthony B. notched a series of hits including "Repentance Time," "Fire pon...
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