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Some people called me, "mixed", but I'm not having it. I know that Africa is my inheritance because my spirit responds to her people, her leaders, her music, her culture, and her spirituality. I'm only comfortable around melanin. There is no other group I'd rather be a part of, and I'm honored to have Jamaican blood in my veins.
Leaders whose message that every black man and woman need to know:Dr. Amos WilsonDr. Claude AndersonSister SouljahKwame TureKwame NkrumahDr. Joy DeGruyDr. Ivan Van SertimaMarcus Garvey
It's time we see black people come together and put their group first in all things.Surely, in this world, it's the only way that we'll reclaim agency of our own destiny.
nothing more nothing less…. <3
Jah rastafarione love sistah broddah .
Jah-M-ICHANS. = Soldiers of Jah Army
Or EI Kahns
The red the yellow and the green like the Island
isso e reggae meu rei jah bless a todos nós
Jah Rastafari ! Positive actions everyday my people.
respepetooo buen rootsss nueva generacion jamaicana gracias por hacer regaaee del buenoo
jah forever lion of judah
jah Rastafari resistência pura!!
100% roots one love
Reggae no coração sempre
Tell dem ma bro. Rispekt 4 de sound.
H I M
Japanese Rastafarian :)))))))))))
This guy reminds me of Garnet Silk
Mark Wonder bringing the Icientcy fi di fullness in this dispensation⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Mind mi of Garnet Silk..
Brasil em peso com essas pedras regue e vida reggae e amor reggae e paz
Playing this Friday at Ceremony Gonna Dance!!!!!Shalom DDK
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