Kamal Imani | No More Innocent People Dying

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No More Innocent People Dying

by Kamal Imani

This is a smooth and Irie Roots Reggae Dub Poetry Riddim (Song) that promotes non-violence in our communites as well as systematic injustice. It has strong dub poetry and smooth background vocals. It's an international anthem for the people!
Genre: Reggae: Roots Reggae
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No More Innocent People Dying is a roots reggae and dub poetry dedication to our lost souls and lost lives due to racism, fratricide, homicide, wars and genocide. It was inspired by the recent murders of Trayvon Martin and Rekia Boyd, alleged police murders in Florida and other senseless violence. This song is also a message for Africans/Blacks to stop killing each other via guns and gangs. The song has an irie roots reggae beat with Bajan singer Dian Forde in the background and dub poetry by Kamal Imani.

Lyrics:

No More Innocent People Dying
Let’s Pause for a moment of silence

No More Innocent People Dying
Let’s Pause for a moment of silence

Say it again
Say it again

Say it Say it Say it again!

Survival unit
That’s what we are
As a people fighting for freedom
We’ve come real far
If you think the fight is over
You’re under an illusion
You better get back on the battlefield
Keep the fire burning
And keep Pan Africanism moving
They want to exterminate us
They’ve killed Jews,Christians,Muslims,Native Americans, Armenians and Aboriginies.
What makes you think they won’t kill you?
So stop killing each other
And put operational unity back in use
You’re survival is in your hands
We are one!



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