Cruton  Bey | We Need the VooDoo Man - Single

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We Need the VooDoo Man - Single

by Cruton Bey

This artist delivers vocals of truth and have felt the pain and suffering of the streets, he see society at work on the young and old black minds of america and validate his feelings in this song.
Genre: Reggae: Smooth Reggae
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Cruton Bey is from the streets of St Louis, a small but deadly city like so many other cities large and small throughout this land, this song taken from his up coming album Kin-Folks reflex his feelings as he see his people young and old fall victims to society and senseless violence all around him. One young nephew is in the county jail right now on a charge of vechicular homicide after a night at the club drinking and smoking, another young nephew died in a missouri prison, and many more are guests of the state, and he pray to Jah 24/7 to keep the rest of the family safe from the grim weeper and the state. This stupidity is causing black famlies all over this land to suffer because we can't see the light, we are black commody and we must embrace truth and wake up from this darkness, as he express in his lyrics, slavery of the mind still exist. We see it in the minds of the ghet-o through violence on each other, and the preacher man can't help because it's not about religion, it's about true education and the five highest principals known to man. Truth don't change, it is today what it was yesterday, what your ancestors were, you are today without doubt or contradiction.



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