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Lily Of Da Valley

Easy Star | 2017

1. 400 Years

Producer – Llamar "Riff Raff" Brown

 

2. Generation
Featuring – Jo Mersa Marley
Producer – Llamar "Riff Raff" Brown

 

3.Modern Day Judas
Producer – Winta James

 

4. Life's Sweet
Producer – Llamar "Riff Raff" Brown

 

5. Real Love
Producers – Dean Pond*, Llamar "Riff Raff" Brown

 

6. Always Be Around
Producer – Llamar "Riff Raff" Brown

 

7. Stand Firm
Producer – Llamar "Riff Raff" Brown

 

8. Roll Me Something
Producer – Llamar "Riff Raff" Brown

 

9. Full Moon
Featuring – Natty Rico
Producers – Curt White, Jesse Royal

 

10. Rock It Tonight
Producer – Llamar "Riff Raff" Brown

 

11. Finally
Producer – Richard "Biggy" McGrath

 

12. Justice
Producer – Kareem "Remus" Burrell

 

13. Waan Go Home
Featuring – PatriceProducer – Llamar "Riff Raff" Brown

 

14. Jah Will See Us Through
Producer – Llamar "Riff Raff" Brown

Royal

VIDEOS

Jesse Royal - Natty Pablo (Official Music Video)
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Jesse Royal - Natty Pablo (Official Music Video)

Buy/Listen to Royal Album: https://moremusic.at/Royal “Natty Pablo” is inspired by the many layers of Rastafarianism and the criticism it faced from the general public over the years, only to have come full circle with many of those same critics now following many of the lifestyle choices that Rastas have been advocating for years, from veganism to marijuana usage to spirituality and beyond. Jesse elaborates, “The reality is that many Rasta have helped steer people in the right way with what they have received from Creation, helping in the advancement of the nation. It has nothing to do with illegalities or physical warfare. It’s all about good people who are sometimes nameless who have little or nothing but do so much.” Jesse uses imagery conjuring the Narcos (such as Pablo Escobar) to show how the public may view Rastas as criminals, but the reality he is showing – and that he lives by – is that Rastas are giving back to their communities in abundance. Rastas “ain’t nothing like the Narcos….” They are “smuggling the truth / giving to the destitute.” Directed by 300K Follow Jesse Royal on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/royallyspeaking Twitter: https://twitter.com/jesseroyal1 SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/jesseroyal1 Instagram: https://instagram.com/jesseroyal1/ Official Website: https://www.jesseroyalmusic.com Follow Easy Star on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EasyStarRecords/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/EasyStarRec Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/easy-star-records Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/easystarrecords/ Jesse Royal is an internationally acclaimed singer, songwriter, performer, and recording artist from Kingston Jamaica. Through vivid storytelling rooted in the belief of a universal truth, his music carries a message of hope, strength, love, and consciousness. Not just a musician, Royal is a father, a community activist, a thought leader, and a global citizen guided by his spirituality and sense of righteousness. ______________________________________________ Intro: Truth is the truth you know! One day it will all reveal Legal! Can’t hide from the youts dem Zeen! Verse 1 Streets Watching, People keep eavesdropping  See it happen but nah tell the beast nuttin’ Squeeze dozen the whole universe open Some say dem a goat, dem mussi mean mutton. Heads bopping and the feet tapping Small Axe, tree chopping What a go happen when the beat drop in Dem ya style ya dem nuh need nuh pen   Chorus  Ain’t nothing like the Narcos Tell me weh we can’t go With this contraband inna we cargo Call him Natty Pablo... They call him Natty Pablo Kilimanjaro! Ain’t nothing like the Narcos Tell me weh we can’t go With this contraband inna we cargo Call him Natty Pablo... They call him Natty Pablo Kilimanjaro!   Verse 2 Smuggling the truth, tending to the destitute  Breaking down the system that they built to keep we mute Dutty Bookman resurrected Anointed not elected Energized and ready Thanks to Dr. Sebi Top striker like ‘Naldo  El Jefe head hancho St James to St Andrew Swallowfield a gotchu Weather change when I pass thru Watering the grass root  I will never forget you   Chorus  Ain’t nothing like the Narcos Tell me weh we can’t go With this contraband inna we cargo Call me Natty Pablo... They call me Natty Pablo Kilimanjaro! Ain’t nothing like the Narcos Tell me weh we can’t go With this contraband inna we cargo Call me Natty Pablo... They call me Natty Pablo Kilimanjaro!   Verse 3 Mi coulda spend a Million, USD Buy a property up in the hills of Beverly  But mi prefer dump it in the community, and give di poor a sense of stability Cah the Government nah do a damn ting for we Good ting we know fi work the land and seas From the visions inna green then invest in some dreams Cause all some people need is opportunity!   Chorus  Ain’t nothing like the Narcos Tell me weh we can’t go With this contraband inna we cargo Call me Natty Pablo... They call me Natty Pablo Kilimanjaro! Ain’t nothing like the Narcos Tell me weh we can’t go With this contraband inna we cargo Call me Natty Pablo... They call me Natty Pablo Kilimanjaro!

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