As Reggae music originated from the struggles of Jamaican people and people of color overall, the music association with carrying a strong and passionate message can not be denied. Ever so often, a musical messenger emerges with a mission to carry on Reggae music’s legacy. Today, Jah Stranjah can be looked upon as this champion artist. Somewhere between chanting and singing, Jah Stranjah drops entertaining, yet inspirational lyrics over pulsating dancehall riddims. “My music is a part of a spiritual movement”” declares Jah Stranjah. Entertainment is important but spirituality comes before everything. When Jah Stranjah sings, the massive listen. With this being said, it is no surprise that Jah Stranjah has blossomed on the Reggae circuit. The buzz surrounding Jah Stranjah has been on the rise since his conscious tune, Earth Again, made its way to scores of dancehall mix tapes. The tune, bearing the same name of his debut CD, was well received by sound systems and Reggae music fans. A host of dynamic tracks lace Stranger’s debut CD Earth Again. On each tune, Stranger drops explosive lyrics over a slew of riveting riddims. Overall, Jah Stranjah’s music is perfect to vibe to, while maintaining some meaning. “I want my music to be universally appealing”, says Jah Stranjah. “Ultimately, I will translate my music in many languages so that it reaches all”. Jah Stranjah boasts a number of performances under his belt. Most recently, the artist performed at the D.C. Reggae Music Awards. And notably, in his career, Jah Stranjah has performed with the likes of Jigsy King, Garnett Silk, Beres Hammond, and Buju Banton. Additionally, Jah Stranjah has recently dropped a number of new singles, all of which are destined to be hits. His new music, mostly politically inspired, is already gaining attention in Jamaica. Jah Stranjah has a passion for music, which goes back to his youth. However, in 2001, the artist became serious. Witnessing the oppression of Black people throughout the world, Jah Stranjah knew that his time came to make music and make a difference. “The time came when spiritually, I had to be a lion” adds Jah Stranjah. “The universal struggle of Black people served as my greatest inspiration”. Earth Again is a timeless CD. Originally released in 2004, the CD is still hot. To expose the world to his music, Jah Stranjah plans to re-release Earth Again in the near future. Jah Stranjah, who was born James Clark, hails from Middlesex, Jamaica. Most of Jah Stranjah’s youth was spent in the inner-city. There is no question that Jah Stranjah’s spiritual base and passion for music will yield a long-lived career. ON LIFE: Man can seek the truth about man and seek a natural course in life. There is more about life than just another day. Life is eternal, man is the master of his own destiny.
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