Jamaican Music: Nomaddz – Rise above profanity

I’ve spent a chilled evening listening to these guys and am a big fan. Nomaddz are a group of former Kingston College students who started out in 2000 to take Jamaica by storm with their own brand of Dub Poetry. Described as the front runners of the new Reggae revival movement, their song ‘sort out yuh life Jamaica’ was officially used to commemorate Jamaica’s 50th anniversary of independence in 2012. Great for both chilling to and also getting your groove on, this video if them performing ‘rise above profanity’ at the Bob Marley Museum is one of my faves.

 

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I’ve spent a chilled evening listening to these guys and am a big fan. Nomaddz are a group of former Kingston College students who started out in 2000 to take Jamaica by storm with their own brand of Dub Poetry. Described as the front runners of the new Reggae revival movement, their song ‘sort out yuh life Jamaica’ was officially used to commemorate Jamaica’s 50th anniversary of independence in 2012. Great for both chilling to and also getting your groove on, this video if them performing ‘rise above profanity’ at the Bob Marley Museum is one of my faves.

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