BUJU BANTON

Over the last ten years, the name Buju Banton (a.k.a. Gargamel) has become synonymous with modern reggae. Having metamorphosed from a brash teenage phenomenon into a self assured deejay and singer, Buju’s fusion of traditional roots rock, contemporary R&B and dancehall DJ’ing have earned him a prophet like status in his Jamaican homeland. Undoubtedly, Buju is one of the most popular musicians in Jamaican history, having hit the charts there suddenly in 1992, with a string of hits including “Bogle”, “Love Me Browning” and “Love Black Woman”, all three of which were massive hits in Jamaica.

 

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