Reggae/Dancehall's international artist K'neil Ablaze "The Voice Of The People".
Ablaze is currently trending fast, with his hit song geared to clean up the common minded perception of beautiful women "which includes all women as their is no real description to beauty" having to solicit their body through deception to gain temporary pleasure, values and vanity.
Kneil believes in independent, loving and caring women, with the ability to believe in... and take care of themselves, to go out in the world not to try to sell themselves short, but to step out and independently gain and accomplish their goals, open doors to great opportunities and become successful in life.
At the current rate that women are killed through the lines of prostitution and insecure relationships, I ask you to listen carefully to the words of this track.
I urge you to look into the signs of life ladies, and begin thinking of your family if you have one, I'f not I urge you to create a healthy one, stay conscious and focused on increasing your health, wealth and status in this world, not to please anyone else but to develop your self into the beautiful person you are.
A rastaman from Rockfort, the cradle of reggae. A true born rastaman, his authenticity made obvious by the words he speaks, his actions and, of course, his music.
Furthermore, Rohan Lee is a talented singer-songwriter, the likes of which they havent heard nor seen in Jamaica since Bob Marley. Rohan Lee writes authentic and original reggaesongs, roots & culture in the true sense of the word. This translates into authentic riddims, shaped into creative arrangements. His lyrics come straight from the heart and are inspired by the singers habitat, the dilapidated comunities in the Southeast of Kingston.
There, Rohan Lee -at a tender age- familiarised himself with the nyahbinghi-drums of the Mystic Revelation of Rastafari , a collective of musicians who have laid the foundations of reggae music long ago, inspired countless Jamaican superstars through the decades and have been touring with increasing success throughout Europe the last couple of years. In the spring of 98, Rohan and the Mystic Revelation embarked in the Old World for a series of concerts in France, Switzerland, Denmark and Italy. It was his first introduction to a public that compared to Jamaica- far prefers the classical reggae to its dancehall offspring.
This is of course, the main reason for Rohan to be largely ignored in his own habitat. Electronic, prefabricated riddims have dominated the Jamaican airwaves for the last 15 years and in the yard, nobody is really waiting for the next Bob Marley anymore. Ironically, the King of Reggae is the only person to whom Rohan could be compared. He also radiates love and trust, sharply contrasted by his often bitter lyrics about poverty and injustice, and just like the old master he can captivate and silence the crowd all by himself, singing and playing pure reggae with only his guitar as an accompaniment. Just like Bob Marley he writes songs that linger in your mind for days -clean-cut hits as one says- which children memorise and sing effortlessly.
After the tour with Mystic Revelation, in the summer of 98, Rohan did a number of club-gigs in Belgium. At Reggae 98, the mega-festival in Geel (15.000), he concluded the afternoon-programme, making a big impression on all who was present, connoisseurs and laymen alike, irie or sober. These performances had such a beautiful and convincing quality, which prompted the European Reggae Foundation to bring Rohan over to Europe in 99 for a second stint of summer gigs. With the aspiration of bringing him a step closer to the international recognition he so richly deserves and, of course, to bring us the message of Ras Tafari, the half thats never been told.
Some of the people who were impressed by Rohans performance in Geel were a couple of Dutch reggae musicians who used to be part of a rootsband called The Vibe. Through the mystic of rastafari, they were inspired to start playing Rohans songs, from a tape he send them. By the time Rohan Lee arrived in Europe, the band had found a name (The Recipe) and reached a level that no other continental reggae band ever came near to. Classic tight rhythm section, excellent guitar work, Mittoo-like keyboards and a great horns section: The Recipe created a sound that can only be described by using the names of reggaes very greatest, even more powerful en beautiful than Rohan himself could have ever imagined. July 23rd 1999, the 109th anniversary of His Imperial Majesty Haile Selassie I, Emperor of Ethiopia, King of Kings, Lord of Lords, Conquering Lion of the Tribe of Judah, Rohan Lee & The Recipe played their very first show, the first in a series of eight that impressed thousands of people in Belgium and Holland. Classic roots reggae has found a new messenger...
It was famous Belgian singer Cocojr. (who recorded an album with Sly & Robbie himself a couple of years ago) who joined Rohan and the band in the studio to record this great album, arguably one of the most beautiful, authentic and refreshing reggae releases of the nineties and a great promise for the future.
Reggae has found its way again, the right way, the road to Zion. Jah live
Mystique Production Presents " Imani Speaks Wonderful interview with Kneil Ablaze."
Read and listen to the artist's views there is a lot being said that should actually be thought about, Leave your views and comments, Imani Speaks a beautiful Interview, lots of inspiring and positive thought from a artist from a garrisoned community in jamaica... Kneil Ablaze!
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