Mr. Mention - Buju Banton Reviews
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by - written on 18/10/09 (Very useful, 43 readings)
"Mr. Mention" was released in 1992 as the second album from the Jamaican Dancehall musician Buju Banton. It dropped soon after his debut (within a year) and so had him showing just how productive he could be at the time as he brought lots of his Dancehall material (that became much more Reggae-styled as his career developed and he embraced Rastafarians ways. 1. "Batty Rider" The album opens up with one of the biggest singles that he had released in the early years of his career as you find that here you get him blasting through a fly tune that has him bringing through the sort of controversial lyrics that gave him notoriety when ... Read the complete review
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