At 50, Jamaican dancehall and reggae artiste, Buju Banton is just getting started.
In 2020, renowned dancehall and reggae artiste, Mark Myrie, released an album he dubbed ‘Upside Down 2020.”
Buju Banton did not mince his words on Saturday night in Trinidad.
He is living proof that there is always a way out of poverty and crime.
Organizers of the annual Redemption Concert in Trinidad and Tobago say the time is ripe for consciousness to take centre stage.
Last week, Jamaican dancehall and reggae icon, Buju Banton appealed to the people of Trinidad and Tobago to put an end to gang violence
Buju Banton’s words of wisdom rang out loud on Wednesday, in Trinidad and Tobago. He dominated the airwaves with a powerful message to the youth that was as timely as it was forceful.
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Jamaican reggae and dancehall artist, Buju Banton has released his first single for 2022, The track’s called, Madda Badda and was produced by J August.