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Rebelution

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Featuring over 70 mins. of original compositions with some of the best players of instruments in the business, REBELUTION will be listened to over and over by even the hardest-to-please reggae lover. Forget about digitally-generated tracks and do-over riddims; this is the real deal- roots rebel reggae for the heart, mind, and soul!

Stand-out tracks include "Liberation" w/ Capleton, "Good Must Conquer Evil", and the timely "Accident (livicated to Bro. Mumia Abu Jamal in memory of Sen. Paul Wellstone)".

This album, the finest-to-date by one of the great reggae artists of our day (yami-bolo.com), is destined to become one of the year's biggest sellers, and is sure to "run-the-route" for months and months.

About the Artist

Yami Bolo, called "the freshest Roots and Culture artiste springing out of the pack in Jamaica today" has torn up crowds as far away as Canada, Japan, Europe and the United States and is not stopping.

Yami Bolo's magical voice speaks directly to the heart, his singing style has been passionately compared to "a cry out in the wilderness" inspiring strength, joy and hope.

With a musical history rich in the wellsprings of Jamaican roots reggae, Yami is one of the premier Rastafari singer/ songwriters of his generation. He broke out of the pack over 15 years ago riding on top of the now famous "stalag" riddim with "When a Man's in Love" for producer Winston Riley. The artist credits Augustus Pablo and Sugar Minott, two of his early producers, with helping to shape his musical direction, and ranks Stevie Wonder as a top influence.


1. Empress I Love You
2. Pray
3. Good Must Conquer Evil
4. Sanctify Yourself
5. I-thiopia (with Al Pancho & Prince Bob)
6. Liberation (with Capleton)
7. Talk Bout Slavery (with General Jah Mikey & Bunny Mystic)
8. Accident
9. Do No Evil
10. Hail The Conquering Lion (with Ras Michael )
11. Crownation Glory
12. Safeguard
13. Bingi (with Ras Michael)
14. Y Mas Gan

Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 11, 2003)
  • Original Release Date: May 11, 2003
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Zion High Productions
  • ASIN: B0000AQJ33
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,067,444 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Despite the fact that I keep albums in my players rotating in and out at an almost ridiculous pace, there have been and continues to be a few here and there which manage to, for one reason or another, stay not too far from my reach and thus, one of the eternal answers to that oft-asked question, "What are you listening to right now?". Well, RIGHT NOW I happen to be listening to a whole heap of pieces. Not surprisingly at all you'll find relatively new releases such as Ziggi's sublime sophomore album, In Transit; you'll also find a Lutan Fyah's EPIC double release Africa (currently waiting on his new album, African Be Proud); Daweh Congo's Ghetto Skyline is in there as well as is, perhaps most fittingly in this case, the constantly `improving' Breaking Babylon Curse from Messenjah Selah which I enjoy more and more each time that I spin it. In the tangible sense, all of those albums would make perfect sense to be spinning right now: They all were released within the last four to five months or so and are definitely BIG albums in their own right. And, even to take it a step further, were I to say that I was that I was currently listening to something like Sizzla's Black Woman & Child or Capleton's More Fire, despite both being either more than or just less than a decade old, they too would make sense because they are widely held as being two of the best of all time. That being said I also have a few albums which are kind of `stuck' in terms of time being around three to ten years old or so and they didn't do a ton of damage and were relatively either decently received or, in some cases, even negatively received when they initially were pushed out.Read more ›
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By M. Baas on January 25, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I am one of those 'hard to please' reggae fans. But this is a really great album. This is the first cd I bought from this artist. I like his voice, of course, but I always search for real reggae, I mean, real instruments instead of computerized music. Correct me if I'am wrong but I think this is the first time for Yami Bolo to put out a studio album with real 'instruments'. So the sound is very authentic.
The only thing I can say is: buy this album!!
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By M. Baas on January 25, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I am one of those 'hard to please' reggae fans. But this is a really great album. This is the first cd I bought from this artist. I like his voice, of course, but I always search for real reggae, I mean, real instruments instead of computerized music. Correct me if I'am wrong but I think this is the first time for Yami Bolo to put out a studio album with real 'instruments'. So the sound is very authentic.
The only thing I can say is: buy this album!!
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