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'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.