Reggae singer I Wayne has built a career singing the better of our nature and eschewing the darker side of our souls.
He exemplified this theme at this year’s Rebel Salute, with conscious lyrics and a call to upliftment.
Abortion, meat eating, prostitution, bleaching and crime were not spared the “lava” from the roots reggae singer in a set that was well-received by the thousands packed inside the Grizzly’s Plantation Cove venue in St Ann earlier this month.
The ‘Life Teachings’ singer echoed this same sentiment in his recent What’s Up interview with Loop News.
The singer, born Cliffroy Taylor also shared his views on the government’s declaration of a State of Emergency in St James as well as Prime Minister Andrew Holness’ apology for the Coral Gardens massacre, which saw atrocities committed against members of the Rastafarian community of St James in 1963.
I Wayne rose to prominence in 2004, he later released his debut album “Lava Ground”, featuring hits such as “Can’t Satisfy Her” and “Living in Love”. Other albums include “Book of Life” and “Life Teachings”.
“Lava Ground” was praised for returning reggae to its essential roots.
Check out What’s Up with I Wayne.
Source: What’s Up! I Wayne shares ‘life teachings’, views on crime fight… | Loop News
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