BLACK UHURU:Ultimate Collection

Every generation has one: an artist who rails against injustice and advocates revolution, doing it atop an equally unyielding musical foundation. In early `80's Jamaica, the torch was held by Black Uhuru. Seen as the successors to Bob Marley, who passed in 1981, Black Uhuru bore the standard of roots reggae during a time of considerable musical and sociopolitical shift while simultaneously expanding the creative limits of the entrenched genre.

2.I Love King Selassie
3.Guess Who's Coming To Dinner
4.Sponji Reggae
5.Love Crisis
6.Rent Man
8.World Is Africa
10.What Is Life? (Original Mix)
11.Youth Of Eglington
13.Try It
14.Dread In The Mountain
17.Chill Out

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