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African Union by Screwdriver

African Union by Screwdriver

African Union by Screwdriver

By Erik Magni on Saturday, April 13, 2013 - Comment

Screwdriver celebrates the African Union.


Screwdriver - African UnionJamaican singer Screwdriver celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Organization of African Unity – nowadays replaced by the African Union – on his latest album 'African Union' produced by Danny Breakenridge.

Over 14 tracks Screwdriver covers the spectrum of reggae spanning the roots, culture, reality and lovers rock genres. Screwdriver, trained guitarist, surrounded himself with some of the most prominent musicians in reggae music on the album, including Dean Fraser on saxophone and Dwight Pinkney on guitar.

“I always love music with consciousness. I just loved Bob Marley from years ago, so that was my vision, too. I want people to listen to my music ‘cause my words are written by the Most High,” says Screwdriver in a press release.

'African Union' is now available on digital platforms.

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