A new treat from Damian Marli’s kitchen “Ghetto Youths International” is named “Jah in My Corner.” The artist is Black Am I in collaboration with Kabaka Pyramid.
There is no doubt that Damian Marley sees great potential and talent in the young performer Black Am I. Shortly after the release of “Spliff Haffi Burn,” the song “Jah in My Corner” was released. Both are light and catchy songs with an emphasis on production.
In this song, Black Am I and Kabaka Pyramid sing about Jah omnipresent in their “corner” and protecting them from enemies. What can be noticed is Black Am I’s commitment to Rastafarian values, history, and culture. He published the song “King of Kings” on the birthday of Ethiopian King Haile Selassie I, and the song “Samson Strength” by the biblical figure Samson (dreadlocks association), as well as the ritual consumption of marijuana by Rastafarians “Spliff Haffi Burn.”
Watch the video and enjoy; this young musician has more to say on the increasingly scarce reggae scene.
Written by: reggaeneracija
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