Reggae legend Anthony B. has been singing revolutionary and political-leaning songs since he emerged onto the scene with his 1996 debut, Real Revolutionary. Shying away from songs that were degrading to women (against the popular tide of music), Anthony B. chose instead to focus on his Afrocentric pride, using the influence of Peter Tosh and his thoughtful lyrics to further his Rastafarian style. With searing vocals and melodic storytelling, the Jamaican recording artist is a wealth of charismatic sound..
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