|BUJU BANTON PERFORMING AT HIS LONG WALK TO FREEDOM CONCERT/PHOTO COURTESY|
On the heels of Buju Banton making history with “Long Walk To Freedom” concert, the GRAMMY winning artist and his sons are tackling social conscious issues aimed at Jamaica political atmosphere, a sentiment echoed by many countries worldwide.
Produced by Billboard charting producer Markus Myrie under his imprint label “Markus Records”, the track is the first single from Buju Banton since his release and the first single from Markus forthcoming debut album slated to be released spring/summer 2019.
|OFFICIAL COVER ART TO THE NEW HIT SINGLE|
The message that should be received is that as a country we need governance that the average person living here can feel. As a people we have been silent about a lot of mismanagement. It’s time we rid the “7 day talks” and start taking action as a people. They say we have democracy, but what we feel is dictatorship.
|BILLBOARD CAHRTING PRODUCER MARCUS MYRIE/PHOTO COURTESY|
“Ghetto youth stay fit ..We nuh want dem treat and we nah get trick” sings Jahazeil Myrie, “Now you know why the youths dem affi act so terrible.. All inna jail house dem a feel it to..” chimes in Buju while Markus Myrie asks “Then tell me now How long we ago pardon dem? Listen me nuh parliament the youths, nuh respect the false pretense “
|BUJU'S SON JAHAZEIL MYRIE|
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