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The 'Book of Life' of I-Wayne

The 'Book of Life' of I-Wayne

The 'Book of Life' of I-Wayne

By Maral Amiri on Sunday, October 14, 2007 - 4 comments

I-Wayne’s new album will be released in november on VP Records.


I Wayne - Book Of Life2 years after his first album 'Lava Ground', I-Wayne returns with 'Book Of Life', set to be released the 6th november 2007, which is also edited by VP Records. The one who became really known with singles Can’t Satisfy Her and Living In Love presents 16 songs whose title track which is the CD-s first single.

Those who appreciated his soprano sound on 'Lava Ground' will be glad to discover I-Wayne getting onto various themes such as domestic violence in Jealousy and Abuse (featuring Lady G), worldwide divisions and anarchy in Politics and Religion or singer’s positive world view in Life Is Easy.


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Posted by Vil1 on 10.15.2007
Yes another I Wayne release. Hope this album is great.

Posted by MelodicaMan on 11.04.2007
Soory to tell you this, but the new I-Wayne gets a maximum 4 / 10 for me...

As a Reggae Record Seller, companies brings me free front copies of the newcoming albums... After a pretty good "Lava Ground", I got a really bad time listening to "Book Of Life"... Very deceiving... A lot of Non-Reggae-At-All songs, Soul and R&B so-so tries, very few Roots Style and not more than slightly enjoyable Dancehall pieces are the contain of this album...

Yet, his voice is srill very nice and the packaging is really good... the cover picture is an excellent art-work!!

MelodicaMan (Vive le Québec LIBRE!!!)

Posted by Vil1 on 11.06.2007
I need to listen to be sure... and yes Lava Ground is a marvelous album. Perhaps I Wayne want to break frontier between Reggae and R&B or soul music, it's not a sad news if some new listeners can love reggae music.

Posted by Raphael Williams on 02.15.2011
Great, great album rasta. Natural, authentic, straight from the heart, from a humble rastafarian. Jah Bless. Good Works.

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