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MP3 Brother G - Struggle
Original roots/conscious reggae from Jamaica via california. Authentic deep groove reggae with thought-provoking lyrics for love and social change,
11 MP3 Songs in this album (43:06) !
Related styles: REGGAE: Roots Reggae, REGGAE: Pop-Reggae
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Roots reggae music has not seen a better singer in quite a few years than the sweet sounds of Brother G. We are privileged to have such a talent right here in Northern California.
Brother G was born and raised in Jamaica. He spent his early years in Montego Bay where he was raised by his mother. Later on he moved with his father to many different locations ranging from urban Kingston to rural Anchovie. This diverse background has given Brother G a depth of knowledge about his native people that is clearly evident throughout his thoughtful lyrics. In the early 80’s, Brother G left Jamaica and began living in the United States. His early travels included many east coast destinations like New York and Miami where he successfully blended Jamaican culture with American tradition.
In the early 90’s, Brother G moved to Northern California where he remains a resident. This move enabled him to further fine tune his craft and gain some real insight to the people of the area. He joined the band Urb-N-Fiya where he traveled around the area singing of love and peace. The band went through many changes over the next few years while they set the Sacramento reggae scene on fire. People simply could not get enough of Brother G’s smooth sounding voice and dynamic lyrics.
Over time, Urb-N-Fiya changed there name to The River Jordan band and Brother G made a graceful transition from band member to their favorite lead singer. Today, Brother G tends to work on his own projects and calls his friends from the River Jordan band to back him in various performances. He has been working with a new group of musicians name the Powerhouse Crew as well. These shows include opening spots for artist such as Buju Banton, Burning Spear, Luciano, Culture and Morgan Heritage.
Discography: Struggle 2005, Survival 2008
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