9 thoughts on “ Bun Him Up - Various - Planet Reggae (CD) ”

  1. Listen to your favorite songs from Planet Reggae Vol. 2 by Various artists Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Bun Him Up Sizzla: Check It Deeply Sean Paul: Mek Mi See Di Gal Dem Madd Cobra: album. Planet Reggae Vol. 2 Various artists. 16 songs (54 minutes.
  2. Bun Him Lyrics: Mi say, Black-Er! (Wha' gwan?) / Mi have one man you see, a pure problem him a give inna mi life enuh, mi cyan take it nuh more / Mi nuh know wha' fi do / A pure gal a disrespect.
  3. World A Reggae Music: – Turbulence (4) Notorious: – Baby Cham: Bow: – Demarco: Sort Dem Out: – Alozade, Hollow Point & Mr. Vegas: Under Mi Sensi: – Aidonia* Gaga: – Assassin: Idiot Thing That: – Macka Diamond: Bun Him: – Lexxus: Good Hole: – Kid Kurrupt: Fling Up Di Pussy:
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  5. Album. Reggae Gold Bun Him by Macka Diamond (Ft. Black-er) Various Artists; Reggae Gold ; About Genius Contributor Guidelines Press Advertise Event Space.
  6. °° RELEASED 27 March , open for orders on the Planet Ilunga shop page. °°. Congo meets Jamaica on this exceptional reggae album from the late seventies. Licensed from BMG and made in collaboration with Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry and Seskain Molenga, and with liner notes by David Katz.. The Belgian labels Planet Ilunga, specializing in researching, documenting and releasing Congolese music.
  7. Dec 04,  · Album · · 15 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Sign In Riddim Driven: Engine Various Artists Reggae · Preview SONG TIME No Fear. Bounty Killer. 1. PREVIEW Scream Girl Child. Sizzla. 2. PREVIEW Bun Him a Gi Yuh. Elephant Man. 3. PREVIEW Bedroom Bully. Ward 4.
  8. As the youngest Marley, Damian has taken a decidedly less pop-oriented route than brother Ziggy. His debut, Mr. Marley, was released to critical acclaim for its contemporary take on roots reggae, but it wasn't until that Marley broke out internationally with the Grammy-winning Halfway Tree, which saw him toggling easily between conscious lyricism and more dancehall-friendly beats.

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