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The Highest Grade mixtape has all the reggae weed anthems you know, forgot about and the best you never heard.
This one is brought to you by the good people at Snypaa Entertainment and GetAway Music, so invite over a few friends dust off the old chalice press play and enjoy. Check the preview song by Sanchez "Chronic" and Click on the artwork to download or click here to download the full mixtape.
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Propaganda is a form of communication that is aimed at influencing the attitude of a community toward some cause or position. Propaganda is usually repeated and dispersed over a wide variety of media in order to create the desired result in audience attitudes. As opposed to impartially providing information, propaganda, in its most basic sense, presents information primarily to influence an audience. Propaganda often presents facts selectively (thus possibly lying by omission) to encourage a particular synthesis, or uses loaded messages to produce an emotional rather than rational response to the information presented. The desired result is a change of the attitude toward the subject in the target audience to further an agenda. The LGBT's agenda is to make the entire world think that Dancehall Music influences and incites violence towards LGBT people. This is an unfair and unjust agenda.
The LGBT have been on a campaign to kill Dancehall music for some time. Their main weapon has been the media in which they have labeled Dancehall as "Murder Music". They have strategically protested and forced the hand of many a promoter to cancel shows where prominent Dancehall acts have been billed to perform. Great Artists such as Capleton, Buju Banton and Sizzla have been demonized. Check this recent LGBT story about Sizzla entitled WHO IS SIZZLA AND WHAT HE IS DOING NOW. Great nations have been built and destroyed by the use of propaganda. Will Dancehall music and the culture on a whole be killed off by LGBT? Well in the words of the late great Bob Marley "Time Will Tell".
4/12/2012 0 Comments
[Contributor : Donovan S]
Although Busy Signal is known for his pletora of hardcore uptempo electronic dancehall hits, he has always shown versatility in his music, so it's no suprise to us here at Riddim Daddy that he would be able to create a full length One Drop Reggae album. Due to 2012 being the 50th anniversary year of Jamaica's Independence a lot of Reggae artists worldwide returned to the roots of reggae music and begun recording songs on original classic one drop style reggae riddims. A few notables who joined the movement include Mr. Vegas who recently released his "Sweet Jamaica" album and Shaggy who re-released his "Summer in Kingston" album with additional songs produced by Sly and Robbie.
Busy Signal's contribution to the movement is 'Reggae Music Again" his new 17 track full length album. This may be Busy's best album to date for a few simple reasons. The album has a good sound, the quality of the production is great and all the songs are well written never heard before material from Busy. A few tracks that stand out are "Jah Love", "Kingston Town" and "Running from the law" an ode to the holy herb which features Romaine Virgo and Esco Levi. Check the full Track listing + listen Running from the law:
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