Copyright © Simbis Inc. All rights reserved. Gentlemen and Collie Buddz – Can’t Stop The Love, The Top 100 Reggae Songs From 1962 – 2017, VIDEO: Bob Marley – LEGACY: “Freedom Fighter” Watch Episode 7, Mini-Documentary Series, WATCH: MOIST Coconut Cornbread | HAWT CHEF, Jamaican Rum Cream Recipe: Kerri-Ann’s Kravings, 7 Amazing Jamaican Street Foods You Must Try, Chef Sian’s Jamaican Hardough Bread Recipe. In the lyrically-laced satire produced by Shocking Vibes Production, Beenie accused politicians and religious leaders of misleading the public with false ideologies on crime, drugs, and worship. One virtue all Jamaicans want to be is “blessed and sanctified.” As a country with Christianity as the most widely practiced religion, both devout Christians and the secular aim to live their lives in good favour. Although grateful, he aggressively guards his success to prevent a recurrence of his negative experiences – much like the hits from Mr. Vegas and Shenseea on this list. Tell them seh we still have life wi nuh stress, God light shine on we on our quest.” The chorus of Buju Banton’s Blessed, from his latest album Upside Down 2020, extols the fulfillment that accompanies the feeling of gratitude and God’s favour. Blessed Is The Man, produced by Chronixx and Teflon “Zincfence,” was a part of Kabaka’s album, Kontraband, which was released through the Ghetto Youths International (GYI) record label – founded by Stephen, Damian, and Julian Marley. All rights reserved. Buju Banton Feat John Legend – “Memories”, 17. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Coming from two artistes with collections in Reggae and conscious music, both Tarrus Riley and Konshens compared the realities of a world view influenced by vanity and one characterized by gratitude and positivity. Sizzla simultaneously appeals for trust in Jah’s “blessings” to provide salvation from this struggle, joining the repertoire of Reggae tracks that aspire toward religious affirmation. As expressed in this track, released through TJ Records, and in many other songs in his repertoire, Popcaan praises the company of women as a significant aspect of his life. It would be endless to list all songs throughout the history of Dancehall and Reggae that refer to the sought-after virtue of blessings, so here are 15 picks that glorify “blessings.”. It’s his first album since he’s been released from jail in December 2018. What is your favorite reggae song of 2020 so far? In June 2020, Buju Banton issued his long-awaited new album. After so many years of music evolution reggae music remains relevant, and here, well give you an insight into the new reggae songs of 2020. As a part of her latest album, Be Somebody, In.Digg.Nation songstress Sevana voices a beautiful ode to being “blessed” with self-assurance and self-worth despite the obstacles life may throw her way. Shenseea scored big with this YouTube-trending hit song released through the American record label, Interscope Records. Count My Blessings, produced by Attomatic Records and Dan Sky Records, describes “blessings” as both the positive experiences throughout his life and the lessons he learned from the harder ones. Being “blessed” denotes faith and trust in Haile Selassie I or “Ababa Janhoy” and Africa for redemption. Subscribing I accept the privacy rules of this site. What makes this song different is his advocacy for mental health, meditation, and introspection in the process of appreciating one’s “blessings.” In this track, produced by Damage Musiq, Tommy Lee trusts only God and himself to assure his “blessings.”. In this 2019 track, produced on the Tribaco Riddim by Squirl Entertainment, the subject of his serenade is a “blessing” to him and so deserves his financial investment and lifelong devotion – two things that are usually associated with the Christian church’s idea of commitment to reap divine blessing. Meanwhile, Mr. Vegas also took the opportunity to laud his accomplishments despite the judgment and ill will from “badmind” and “wicked” people. Heavyweight Rockers Featuring Jesse Royal – “Sweet Sensation”, 6. Sevana’s Blessed, produced by Jamaican Grammy-award winning producer IzyBeats, describes the singer’s belief and trust in a higher power for guidance and protection. Best/Blessed revers female sexuality and sexual prowess, comparing both to the divine status of being “blessed” and an affirmation of it being the best.