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Anthony B

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Album Review

Although just 25 years old when he recorded That's Life, Anthony B shows a maturity and a sense of history that makes him one of the most relevant voices in reggae. Listening to Anthony B it's impossible not to think of the late great Peter Tosh as he does a wonderful job covering Tosh's classic "Equal Rights." Anthony B also has a knack for creating sweet melodies as he does on "Fire Dance." Mostly, however, listeners will be struck by Anthony's powerful lyrics that are political without being didactic. Tracks such as his re-working of his own hit "Fire Pon Di Government" and "Good Life" express a street-level political consciousness that is becoming all too rare in modern reggae. It's the sort of record that would make Tosh proud.

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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