Your love is a life for I
InI wanna rule my destiny ++
RESPECT YOURSELF, AND LOVE YOURSELF
TIRED OF THE SUFFERATION!!!
Ky-Mani, I am really feeling this one. Mad love mi brother+++
Africa is calling <3
Ky-Mani & Mamadee
Gash dem and light them!
Yes! A natty dread ya know, yeah (…) Rastafari is the Almighty and we should know. Yes. Selassie I Live Seen! Ini black and InI have to defend, nor dont defend but we have to be black because were black zeen! So Rastafari is the Almighty, and our roots, our roots leads to the throne of David, the root of Solomon, we black people are kings and queens and prince and princesses seen!! Rastafari is the Almighty
Natty Dread+ Bob Marley
One Love Peace Concert
InI so strong, I ah Ethiopian! Ethiopian!! This coming from a distance! Take these words of divine, to the princess right away! Tell her to be fine, I don’t want her to stray! Words of divine, to the empress right away! Tell her to be mine, I don’t want her to stray!
Stop your fighting and be wise my brothers, life is for us to live. Stop your quarreling and live in love my sisters, nothing is greater than this. Though in life things get rough, there is ups and downs!
Third World, formed in 1973, have released over 23 albums, over 10 grammys, and were awarded the 1986 United Nations Peace Medal, and most importantly have spread love and Jah works to the world foriver.
Did you guys know that Bob Marley’s No Woman No Cry has been covered by over 40 known artists. Some of which are, Sublime, Fugees, Blues Traveler, Nina Simone, O.A.R., Pearl Jam, John Mayer, Matisyahu, Faith Hill, Sean Kingston and many more. Bob Marley inspired many, and many non-reggae artists have covered his music. No Woman No Cry originally No Woman Nuh Cry was credited to Vincent Ford, Bob’s long time friend in which Bob put his name on the credits to help his friend fund his soup kitchen in Trenchtown. Bob Marley was a man of heart and soul and much love to all the people and especially to Jah!