Crazy B | Bon Ban Me La (Don't Break My Heart)

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Bon Ban Me La (Don't Break My Heart)

by Crazy B

A perfect mix of many reggae moods. Roots, dance hall, Hip hop, African melodies. Reccorded and mixed at Lion And Fox Reccording Studios -Whashington DC , with Jim FOX. Recommended if you like moodies. Gentlman, Jah Cure...
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The album "Bon Ban me the" Crazy b is before all a hymn to hope, as evidenced by a youth committed and conscious of the hopes placed in it. Youth responsible, should simply not to give up the pleasures of the Earth. In this latest album, Jack Baba obliges to explore all elements or almost of reggae across 14 titles including 4dub. Whether the Roots, the dance hall, reggae reggae hip hop, the ragga and other, he wished to remain different and exciting for the various audiences target while remaining a pure and hard, Rasta allocating message breaking force the imperative of an improvement in the conditions of human existence. All say that this music enthusiast has been able to integrate the tenets of a Rasta culture marked by claiming a more social justice and extolling the return to the sources in a careful observation be indispensable to the assertion of any steps: a school of life in short. Its commitment has New Bell, this populous neighborhood of Douala, which has literally molded it is only more explicit. Like what, no one can deny its origins, and even less silent intrinsic values that characterize. This is why the Bassa, better that any language better vehicle message deep and prospective Crazy b, may moreover very quickly take an identification to Cameroonian reggae.


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