Adwela & The Uprising: One Plant (Lyrics Included) Video


One plant

Wonderful properties

One plant

Oil , fiber, natural energy

One plant

Recipe with home remedys

You never could regulate what jah provide with no currency

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Dare Defy: Honest Brutality "Center Stage" Interview on Rock Rage Radio | April 2018

Dare Defy Interview: Honest Brutality on Rock Rage Radio | Broadcasted April 2018

Read More 2017 Album of the Year | Vote for Angela Hunte: R.A.W.

Vote here for Angela Hunte: R.A.W.

for www.Reggaeville.com2017 Album of the Year

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Prana Music Group Welcomes: Grammy Award Winning Artist, Producer and Songwriter Angela Hunte

Hunte has continued to innovate throughout her career, having recently turned her attention to the Caribbean sounds of soca and reggae. The only member of her immediate family born in the United States, she lived in Trinidad from age two to 14. The Caribbean is in her blood, and her time in NYC was spent largely in the West Indian melting pot of Flatbush, Brooklyn. 

When Major Lazer were tapped to create a reggae soundtrack for Snoop Dogg’s transformation into “Snoop Lion,” Diplo (who also featured Angela on 2013’s “Keep It Gully”) recruited Hunte to join a team of songwriters and producers working in Jamaica. She wrote seven of the twelve songs on 2013’s Reincarnated, appearing as a featured vocalist on lead single “Here Comes the King,” among other tunes. An appearance in Vice’s documentary on the project enhanced her visibility, leading to further reggae work with acts such as Gyptian and Slightly Stoopid. 

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Prana Music Group Welcomes: Janelle Phillips

Born and raised in Escondido, California with an affinity for all music that moves her soul, is Janelle Phillips. Janelle has a reggae, dub, rock, and r&b influence that comes through clearly in her sultry, yet energetic and inspirational music. Signed to Stoopid Records in 2016 and with her Executive Producer being none other than Miles Doughty of Slightly Stoopid himself, she is quickly showing the world exactly the kind of mentality it takes to make it.  

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