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Martin Campbell - "The Rootsman" is a profound Reggae Artist working in the burgeoning Conscious Reggae Market. A former Rastafarian, his works expound upon key aspects of peacemaking, factors of povertization, and the diminutive struggles of living within Babylon's Urban Sprawls. Martin is an excellent singer beyond being a creative genius. Notable in his songs are concepts of stridency to survive in Babylon and perceptualizations of Just Ordainment to worship a higher power including Jah Rastafari. It is important to note that his works are arguably more in-depth in terms of comprehending the perils of Babylon than many of the overfamed 'Reggae Greats' including Sizzla, Damian Marley, and Capleton. The nature of sociological evidence provided in his songs demonstrate his indicative comprehension of the struggles of Babylon System in context of manumission.

Al Campbell is a Classic Rastafarian Roots Singer with an array of singing talent. Working most commonly in Singjay Style, his works are definitively aimed at reaching at risk youth in the Ghettoes of the West, Africa, the Carib and European Union Zones - demonstrating the essentials of Rastafarian Logic. His works are especially famous in The United Kingdom of Great Britain, where Jamaican British Communities often struggle against Police Oppression and other forms of societal discordance. What is apparent in Al Campbell's works is the means to provide processes of betterment which will counter Babylon Oppression System. Working on the productive means to achieve progress and effective change appears to be a focal point of Al Campbell's message.
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Throughout the tracks on Ras Kwasi - Littell X Prophecies the listener will notice the utilization of Roots Reggae Drums and Snares integrated with Hip Hop cadences. The nature of the music is definitively influenced by Modern European Union Zone Dubstep and Roots Reggae Dub/Dancehall Dub.
Martin Campbell's Classic Album, Heat Of The Fire, released in 1990-1991 outlines key aspects of the struggle to fight against Babylon's System with acquired knowledge and acumen.
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