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Bogeyman Politics

by Clay 2 Nine

Clay 2 Nine has proven to be the real next big reggae act from Africa. With Bogeyman Politics, he has not only produced a rich text, but also a very sweet and melodious reggae tone.
Genre: Reggae: Roots Reggae
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Boeyman Politics is the second single from Clay 2 Nine's highy-anticipated album, to be entitled I'm Not Worthy. In this song Clay reveals the negative sides of politics, and how far some people are willing to go to succeed in the world of politics. Bogeyman Politics rings a bell for those of us who have experienced the negative effects of corruption, civil war, voodoo, and deprivation.


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Jimmy Clave

Natty Dread is back in town with strong message and melody!
The message in this song transcends time and space. Most African reggae seems to have more energy and drive that traditional reggae lacks. Clay is backed up here by horns peppered with occasional tasty pads. The backup singers also provide tight call and response vocals. What a good introduction to this artist's work and African reggae in general. This song is a must have. Big up, Rasta!