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order valium online uk Unity of music and message is the real strength of Know Thyself as heard on “Jah Children”, which kicks off the album through a traditional Binghi drummingperformance, and the anthem “Together”, the first single off the album and now setting the roots reggae community ablaze with its infectious melody, laser-sharp lyrics, and positive vibes. “Give Jah Thanks for Life” sees Ras Batch alongside the legendary and unmistakable talents of guitarist Earl “Chinna” Smith and saxophonist Dean Fraser. Chinna lends his hand to a number of future modern roots classics on the record like “Live Pray” and “Guns On The Street” whereLeroy “Horsemouth” Wallace provides the drums. The lyrically powerful “Dem Against Jah Rules” underlines the strength of the roots in VI reggae today and fellow Virgin Islands talent Niyorah guests on the environmentally conscious herb anthem, “Trees” which boasts a rich, organic sound, with melodica and organ melodies adding to the stripped-down, emotive vibes.
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Growing up on the island of St. Croix, in the US Virgin Islands, the artist born Julian Cumberbatch was born into a musical community, raised on melody and, especially, rhythm. Taking up the drums as a teenager and taking part in music at his church, Ras Batch understood early the spiritual power of music. His first foray into the music industry was as drummer for Jamaican roots reggae singer Danny Tucker. He then moved into the role of singer himself, forming the Boston, MA-based band Motion alongside brothers Eddie 'I-DE' and Reggie 'I-GE' Beazer. The band’s strong tunes and message of peace, love and unity led to the title of Boston’s best Reggae Band for five years running, and gigs supporting some of the best talents in reggae music, from Anthony B to Buju Banton to Capleton to Tony Rebel—and many, many more in between.
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