November 2010

Jah Cure – “Unconditional love”

In the summer of 2007, world renowned reggae artist, Jah cure, was released from prison after serving eight years for a crime he maintains he did not commit. Since then he has forged ahead to show the world why he is ‘Jah’s Cure’ with hit after hit. This song “unconditional love” is his latest project that is sweeping across Jamaica and the world. It is themed around a woman looking for a new beginning whose life is changed unexpectedly in an instant. The R&B singer Phylissia Ross (Ne-Yo’s collaborator on Sunshine) is the featured artist on the track and she plays the female role in the video. When I first heard this one my blood went cold, so be careful :) Bless!

Jah Cure – “Unconditional love [right click to download]
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Rasta run di world!

This past week I went to Jamaica. While I was there I was able to connect with Jah, myself, and some very influential Rasta’s. I had tons of fun and hope your weekend was well wicked! Bless up :)

Spragga Benz & Jah Cure



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Tuomo – “Don’t take it too hard”

Tuomo is a soul singer-songwriter & producer from Finland. I stumbled across his record “don’t take it too hard” last week at Onion Creek in Houston, Texas where a good friend of mine Dj Sun, holds residency. When I first heard the track, I got goosebumps and actually requested that it be ‘pulled up’ because I needed to hear the message again. At the time I was going through a rough spot deciding where my life was headed and how exactly I was going to execute all the plans I have for myself as an artist. And as I sat there and thought, I heard this song come on. Now, as most of you already know, I don’t live my life by coincidence, only co-incidents, and when I heard him say “don’t give up on your dreams, it all depends on you” I knew at that moment, that the journey was going to be whatever I made it. See, in this life, we are the captains of our own ships, and weathering storms is part of the job description. So if your ship crashes, “don’t take it too hard” because “we all have our problems” and in every mistake, there is a lesson. Bless up!

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