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Monday, November 04, 2019

Buju Banton - "Live @ Rockpalast (2019)" [World & Reggae, Live In Concert]

Live @ Rockpalast (2019)

"Live @ Rockpalast (2019)" music video by Buju Banton
Added: 04-11-2019
Genre : World & Reggae, Live In Concert
Description : Buju Banton live | Rockpalast | 2019

1. Intro 00:00:00
2. Our Father In Zion 00:00:54
3. Destiny 00:01:36
4. Not An Easy Road 00:05:46
5. Hills & Valley 00:10:16
6. Dancehall Medley 00:16:30
7. Untold Stories 00:30:18
8. Mighty Dread 00:35:37
9. Better Must Come 00:41:33
10. Cry No More 00:46:14
11. Wanna Be Loved 00:50:10
12. Who Say 00:54:25
13. Pull Up The Vibes 00:56:13
14. Bonafide Love (Movie Star) 01:03:39
15. Love Me Brownin' 01:05:39
16. Mr. Nine 01:07:14
17. No Respect 01:10:36
18. God Of My Salvation 01:12:00
19. How The World A Run 01:14:32
20. Love Sponge 01:17:27
21. Driver 01:21:21
22. Murderer 01:22:30
23. 23rd Psalm 01:25:18

Buju Banton - vocals

'Til Shiloh Band
Steve "Lenky" Marsden - musical director, keyboards
Courtney Sinclair - keyboards
Mitchum "Kahn" Chin - guitar
Kenroy "Shortman" Mullings - guitar
Robert "Malx" Malcolm - percussion
Keniel Delisser - drums
Stephen DePass - bass
Verlando Small - saxophone
Nicole Burt - backing vocals
Carol Dexter - backing vocals
Adena Myrie - backing vocals


Buju Banton was one of the most popular dancehall reggae artists of the '90s. Debuting with a series of popular "slack" singles, which drew criticism for their graphic sexuality and homophobia, Banton converted to Rastafarianism and revolutionized dancehall by employing the live instrumentation and social consciousness of classic roots reggae. He first adopted the approach on his 1995 classic 'Til Shiloh, which raised hopes among his fans that he would become dancehall's great international ambassador, as Bob Marley had been for roots reggae. While that never quite materialized, Banton remained a high-profile star into the new millennium.

Tags : 2019, 10s, Buju Banton