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Robert Blake | Free The World

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Free The World

by Robert Blake

Real authentic reggae music producer
Genre: Reggae: Roots Reggae
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Crazy Love
Sandy Peters
4:09 album only
2. Give Love
Nateesha Stream
6:15 album only
3. Where Were You
Stevon Myers
4:12 album only
4. Pumps and Pride
Lutan Fyah
4:11 album only
5. Cut Them Off
Junior Kelly
4:12 album only
6. Dem Life Style
Jah Mason
4:11 album only
7. My Testament
4:08 album only
8. Jah Rastafari
4:06 album only
9. Guilty Conscience
4:12 album only
10. Caan Fighten We
Ras Ghandi
4:11 album only
11. Love Them Need
Power Man
4:08 album only


Album Notes
On the artiste Jah Mason
Jah Mason, the builder for righteousness, is on a mission “to gather the people for righteousness and divinity, whatever it takes”. Born in the cool hills of Manchester on the south coast of Jamaica. The first of five children he has grown in music with his cousin Tony Rebel and his brother I True Jah who now works out of New York.

Jah Mason’s collection is unlimited in scope and appeal, central in their theme yet varied content “every word is a brick of righteousness”. He has worked with many labels locally and overseas like, Robert FFRENCH, King of Kings, Morgan Heritage, Biggaton, Bull Puss, Stone Love, Patrick Irie and Kariang, to name a few. The artiste has done numerous combinations with the likes of Jah Cure, Spanner Banner, Richie Spice, Tony Rebel, Ibo Cooper, Lady G, Chrisinto and a host of other artist.

Being a Jamaican and an apostle for equality and justice, “The Builder’s” message is one of hope. Dispossessed or not, one should recognize the Godhead in His Imperial Majesty Emperor Haile Selassie; that man of all race should treat all of God’s creation with humility and honour and every man, regardless of race, as his brother. He shared his origin as well as his belief with Marcus Garvey and more comtemporarily, Bob Marley, two martyrs who triumphed the cause for the “downpressed”



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