Online Reggae Magazine


Books about reggae, rastafari or Jamaica.

Reggae Jamaica

The Wailing of a People: Ras Cardo, The Man, The Legend of Reggae Music

Essay by Ras Cardo


2005 Xlibris Corporation 978-1599263960 English

Buy from Amazon


Ricardo ‘Ras cardo’ Scott takes a very serious look at his homeland Jamaica with sadness and grief concerning the continued downpression of his people especially the poor, the underclass and the ghetto youths. He shows how reggae music’s vision and purpose for the suffering masses has been denied them. He warns of the impending destruction that is bound to follow if the killings and downpression is not stopped. Reggae’s message of the prophecy must be fulfilled. Ricardo is telling the world what Bob Marley and Peter- Tosh did not live long enough to tell them. In this time,he is the only one so far who is unafraid to tell it like it really is and what is the true message of Reggae, a sound he named and helped to create in Trench-Town. The corrupt politicians still- " deceive the people continually" as Bob sang about. They use the weakest youths to destroy others with guns and now cocaine- driving the people insane-as Luciano sings. Too much blood on the streets of Jamaica. One day soon Jamaica will have to pay. Reggae prophecy must be fulfilled. Selah, Rastafari. The Reggae prophets have spoken. Ras Cardo Has written the reggae truths which a lot of other people fears to express.


Browse books

 B  C  D  E  F
 G  I  J  K  M
 N  O  P  R  S
 T  U  V  W  Y

© 2007-2024 United Reggae. All Rights Reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part is prohibited. Read about copyright

Terms of use | About us | Contact us | Authors | Newsletter | A-Z

United Reggae is a free and independant magazine promoting reggae music and message since 2007. Support us!

Partners: Jammin Reggae Archives | Jamaican Raw Sessions | Vallèia - Lunch & Fresh food | Relier un livre | One One One Wear