From A to B

Posted: January 4, 2010 in dancehall, Music, entertainment, reggae, roots
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Anthony B, known for his trademark fiery, high-energy performances has struck again with a tribute to Buju Banton, “Free Up The General”.

Anthony B’s earlier hits “Fire Pon Rome”, “Raid Di Barn” and the debut album Real Revolutionary, released in 1996, was highly acclaimed.

Typical of the reggae industry, Anthony B has released many albums such as Seven Seals (1999), Street Knowledge (2003) and Untouchable (2004) which featured collabs with Haitian hiphop ambassador Wyclef Jean and rappers Snoop Dogg & Bone Crusher.

Tune into Positive Vibes this week (…every week) for the latest tribute to Buju Banton on Truckback’s new Crank riddim.

“Free Up The General” is the first single on the riddim with new tunes from G Whizz, I-Octane, Gyptian and more soon to come.

…de chune mad.

source: Truck Back records, Kingston Jamaica

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