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Buju Banton deh pon street again after release December 07, 2018

it is official.  Buju Banton, born Mark Anthony Myrie, has been released from prison after being arrested in December 2009 and convicted in February 2011.  It is a big deal and cell videos surfaced immediately of Buju Banton boarding the plane.

The Free Buju group here on on Yowlink seems to have been updated (the image removed already) by the group’s administrators.

Many fans and well-wishers did not expect Buju to be convicted back in February 2011 but we remember how sad it was when the news broke that he had received 10 years in a maximum security prison.

But, nevertheless, he is free and we expect the buzz to continue for days, weeks, and the next few months. Yowlink hopes to get an interview with the newly-released Reggae icon. Right now, we have to just “join the line“. Stay tuned.

Yow Yawdies, Caribbean people, Reggae music enthusiasts, and others, what do you have to say about the incarceration, the trial, and Buju in general?

Yow, talk to me nuh?

Contradiction [Global] by Alborosie featuring Chronixx – lyrics

The following are the lyrics of the first single from Alborosie’s album Unbreakable.  The song is called Contradiction.  We need more songs like this.

 

[Chronixx]
Listen to me now,… brother…

[Alborosie
Wha’ you seh?

[Chronixx]
Contradicting yourself
Chronixx, Alborisie telling them seh

[Chronix]
Listen to me now…
Contradition is glo-bal

[Chronixx]
Yeah, Contradition global.
Madness taking over
Too much men in mixup
One bag o’ mixup, Rasta nuh live so.
[Alborosie]
Contradition glo-bal
Still good conquers evil
David still slew Goliath
Mi gwaan hold that vibe here (“here” sounds like “ya”)

[Alborosie]
Too many idolize badness and slackness
“Island in the sun” just falling in darkness — Jamaica – called “island in the sun”
One love and one heart? Whe the heart deh? — “One love, one heart” – common Jamaican phrase
Nowadays you’re not cool if yuh nuh heartless
Flashing with a 9 like you’re lawless
Like justice a-buy out of war-ness ????
Well got a six for a 9 and a 9 in the waist, then a sentence to life ’cause

((Chorus))
[Chronixx]
Contradition global.
Madness taking over
Too much men in mixup
One bag o’ mixup, Rasta nuh live so.
[Alborosie]
Contradition glo-bal
Still good conquers evil
David still slew Goliath
Mi gwaan hold that vibe here (“here” sounds like “ya”)

[Alborosie]
Well Margarita nuh flankaz
When bullets a ram-pam-pam-pam.
Who a-call dem big shots deh (“there” sounds like “deh”)
Dem a do it from a mansion…
Slowly…
Like gangstas break out…
Slowly…
All God dem take out
Politician and gunman are linked
So contradiction run the ting yeah

((Chorus))
[Chronixx]
Contradition global.
Madness taking over
Too much men in mixup
One bag o’ mixup, Rasta nuh live so.
[Alborosie]
Contradition glo-bal
Still good conquers evil
David still slew Goliath
Mi gwaan hold that vibe here (“here” sounds like “ya”)

[Alborosie]
Well Margarita nuh flankas
When bullets a ram-pam-pam-pam.
Who a-call dem big shots deh (“there” sounds like “deh”)
Dem a do it from a mansion.
Slowly…
Like gangstas break out
Slowly…
All God dem take out
Politicians and gunman are linked
So contradiction run the ting.
….
Contradition is glo-bal
Still a hail Rastafari yeah…, ev-ery day I I…
Yeah Yeah… Chronixx, Alborosie tell dem
We tell dem right away…

[Chronixx]
Hear dem talking positive
Inside dem nuh good at all
Gwaan like them big yeah, and everybody else so small
Two-faced, two-mouth, too lie, come in like yuh living two lives…
Too good yet too bad and yuh deh ‘pon the two sides, people nuh know wha’ to choose

((instruments))

[Alborosie]
Too many idolize badness and slackness
“Island in the sun” just falling in darkness — Jamaica – called “island in the sun”
One love and one heart? Whe the heart deh? — “One love, one heart” – common Jamaican phrase
Nowadays you must be heartless
[Chronixx]
In the morning, no one bag of mixup
[Alborosie]
Contradition is glo-bal
[Chronixx]
One bag of… One bag of…
[Alborosie]
Contradition is glo-bal
Contradition is glo-bal
(Fade out)

Five murdered in mass shooting in Annapolis, Maryland,USA

Five (5) journalists were brutally murdered and others injured in apparent targeted mass shooting at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland, USA. The alleged shooter was taken into custody by the police.

One of the dead had ties to South Florida.

This is total and utter madness. People who commit these and acts have to be insane or being lead by alternate or virtual reality. A sane person with compassion would not commit such terrible and senseless acts.

We pray for the families, coworkers, and friends of the victims.

Will the US politicians just talk and play politics or will they put themselves in the shoes of the loved ones of of the deceased, come up with a plan and act? Even one life saved is precious.

The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it? – Jeremiah 17:9

For from within, out of the heart of men, proceed evil thoughts, adulteries, fornication and murders. – Mark 7:21

A good man out of the good treasure of the heart brings good things: and an evil man out of the evil treasure brings evil things. – Matthew 12:35

Five in a row for Edwin Allen, Seven for dominant Calabar

#Champs2018 is over with Edwin Allen Comprehensive and Calabar winning and retaining the Girls and Boys Champs respectively… Calabar winning early with relays In hand.

The meet saw many records tumble. Great meet though decided early.

 

Girls Champs

  1. Edwin Allen – 324 (last year 316.5)
  2. Hydel – 289 (last year 265)
  3. Holmwood – 285 (last year 243) – was 4th last year
  4. St. Jago – 178 (last year 246) – was third last year
  5. Vere – 105.5 (last year 125.5)

Boys Champs

  1. Calabar – 368.5 (last year 317)
  2. KC – 278 (last year 314)
  3. JC – 224.5 (last year 203)
  4. St. Jago – 146 (last year 157)
  5. STETHS – 95 (last year 114.5)
  6. Wolmers Boys – 94

Congratulations to the youngsters, some of whom may be representing Jamaica (and Uganda, Dominica and other countries?) in the near future..

Talk to me nuh.