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Anthony B calls for peace Featured

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Rastafarian Anthony B has released a single called Sweet Jamaica which recalls the virtues and beauties of his island even as it is racked by blood internecine violence between armed gangs and the security forces. You can listen to the song at this link: Anthony B also released the following statement in response to the the current state of violence in Jamaica:


"The current situation in Jamaica has caused an enormous uproar within the entire country. In times like these, it is up to us as individuals to make conscientious decisions and stand up for not what is popular, but for what we know is right. This is affecting our country on a whole, and can greatly impact our future and our children's future. All aspects of the country's economy are at stake. And any action that disrupts the daily normal activities for Jamaicans or of life cannot be good. Being a part of the Rastafarian & Reggae community it has always been my belief that peace, love & unity are what uplift a nation. And as the old Jamaican saying goes, "united we stand, divided we fall". So we all need to work together to resolve this as soon as possible, and bring back the "irieness" to our sweet little Jamaica! Jah Love!"

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