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Buju Banton
A Who
P & L Records
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1Buju BantonA Who
Lyrics By – M. Myrie
2Suki / SeraniBad Breed (Rhythm)


  • Arranged By, ProducerLaten "Lenny Hype" Powell
  • Executive-ProducerClinton Garibaldi, L. Powell
  • Mastered By [Vinyl Cut]Rukie
  • Written-ByA. Gray, C. "Serani" Marsh


Riddim: Bad Breed


  • Matrix / Runout (Etching Runout A): A WHO BREED006 P&L RECORDS RUKIE
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching Runout B): BAD BREED RHYTHM BAD 884 P&L RECORDS RUKIE


  • Distributed By – In The Streetz Records
  • Produced For – P & L Production


Buju Banton born Mark Anthony Myrie 15 July 1973 is a Jamaican reggae dancehall recording artist. He is widely considered one of the most significant and well-regarded artists in Jamaican music. Banton has collaborated with many international artists, including those in the Hip Hop, Latin and punk rock genres, as well as the sons of Bob Marley. Banton released a number of dancehall singles as early as 1987 but came to prominence in 1992 with two albums, Stamina Daddy and Mr. Mention, the latter. Текст песни: Watch this Beres Woman sing all about dere wanting this Hear why Thought I could live without you. Who Say. Beres Hammond & Buju Banton. Buju Banton from Jamaica. The top ranked albums by Buju Banton are 'Til Shiloh, Rasta Got Soul and Inna Heights. Buju Banton is the artist who's just performed - it's his first headline show since serving eight years in a US prison for drug charges. It's been described as the biggest music event in Jamaica since Bob Marley's Smile Jamaica concert in 1976. Jamaica's national stadium, which hosted the concert, is listed as having a capacity of 35,000. Songs in album Buju Banton - Mr. Mention 1992. Buju Banton - Batty Rider. Buju Banton - Love How The Gal Flex. Buju Banton - Love Black Woman. Buju Banton - Look How You Sweet. Buju Banton - Woman No Fret. Buju Banton - Have To Get You Tonight. Buju Banton - Dickie. Buju Banton - Love Me Browning. Buju Banton - Buju Moving. Buju Banton - Who Say Featuring Beres Hammond. Read Buju Banton's bio and find out more about Buju Banton's songs, albums, and chart history. Get recommendations for other artists you'll love. Banton's debut album, Mr. Mention, includes his greatest hits from that year. 1992 was also the year in which the controversy over Buju's homophobic Boom Bye Bye exploded. Myrie, who had recently signed with Mercury records, refused to back down from his stance against homosexuals, claiming his religious beliefs prevented him from accepting homosexuality. Banton downplayed the violent content of his song, claiming that it was metaphorical. Текст песни: Ah who dat Ah me man Who Buju Banton, di same yout wah do di brownin song Banton was born Mark Anthony Myrie on July 15, 1973, in the Kingston slum of Salt Lane. Buju was his childhood nickname, a word for breadfruit that was often applied to chubby children he would later adopt Banton in tribute to one of his earliest musical influences, Burro Banton. He was one of 15 children his mother was a street vendor, and he was directly descended from the colonial-era freedom fighters known as the Maroons. One of Jamaicas greatest dancehall artists, Buju Banton dropped his often controversial, trademark lyrics for his fourth album, 1995s 'Til Shiloh, switching the script to deep-dive into his newfound Rastafarian faith. Текст песни: Somebody please tell mi know, how Mass God worl' ah run Put de war ah back and praise God yah mi son Tell mi nuh, how puppa Jesus worl' ah run Mek wi come together, for the Father soon come