This song is about my disillusionment with humanity and the divisions within our world. Humanity is beautiful and ugly at the same time and we are surrounded by each other every single day. So even though we are so close why do we find ourselves so far apart?
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Dub and Reggae
Meet Courtney John, the lovers rocker, that enigmatic, rare artist who comes along every once in a while, listen to his latest release ‘Far Away’ on the Shake a Hoof - Dub and Reggae playlist..
Soul Sugar (a.k.a. Guillaume 'Gee' Metenier) and Leo Carmichael are back with another massive Soul-Reggae version..
More Fyah, More Dub on our new playlist, perfect summer vibes…
Terri Walker returns with a new EP and again working with long standing Nottingham born producer Joe Buddah also including who’s who of UK rap..
For The Many is the Birmingham reggae veterans' nineteenth studio album…
Mad Professor is a British national dub music producer and engineer known for his original productions and remix work…
Teaming up to create the perfect Dub partnership are Gentleman’s Dub Club and The Nextmen…
One of many tracks I’ve had on repeat from the first Specials LP in twenty years ‘Encore’..
Joe Armon Jones with ‘Starting Today Dub’ it’s stripped back and stretched out to maximum effect..
Watching The Stars, the fourth single taken from Afro-dub warriors Soothsayers’ latest album, Tradition ..
Zara McFarlane with her reinterpretation of the Augustus Pablo’s East of the River Nile..
The 50th anniversary of the legendary radical poets Last Poets brings the first LP in twenty year and this one is produced by Uk’s number one dub master Prince Fatty..
Quantic soul orchestras soul stomper ‘pushin on’ from 2005 has been given to wrongtom treatment..