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Dezarie's Fourth Book

Dezarie's Fourth Book

Dezarie's Fourth Book

By Ras Achis on Friday, September 17, 2010 - 4 comments

The VI Roots Reggae Queen returns with another masterpiece.


Fans of Virgin Islands Roots Reggae Queen, Dezarie, may be equally surprised and overjoyed to learn that extremely propular Cruzan born songstress has once again tuned in and done so to the materialization of her fourth album, the fittingly titled 'Fourth Book'. Dezarie doesn't tend to create a lot of fanfare, ostensibly, but she and her music always seems to generate so much love and so much attention from her ultra-devoted followers that one could very well make the case that this album is one of the more anticipated of 2010.

Like much of her previous work, 'The Fourth Book' comes via Midnite's label, Afrikan Roots Lab and is produced by Midnite member and mastermind, the well respected and downright genius Ronnie Benjamin Jr. Benjamin's production has always melded brilliantly with Dezarie's angelic vocals and she weaves her way through big highlights on the album such as Jah Know Better, Tryin To Be God and Children of The Most High, which are sure to thrill fans new and old.

You probably didn't know it as the album seemed to pop up from out of nowhere, but Dezarie's 'senior' album, 'The Fourth Book' is available on CD right now.

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Posted by pinball junkie on 10.18.2010
Wow, I'm huge fan of Dezarie, she touches my heart in speacial way with her music.Eaze the pain is my all time favorite reggae album and pretty much one of the best musical albums ever.
Now I'm more than trhilled to find out new album is released, I gotta have it....

Posted by eghtball on 10.19.2010
The wait is finally over!!! I got to have it!!!!

Posted by Kuda Kwashe on 04.12.2011
Dezarie is THE most authentic Rastafarian Empresses I have come across. The depth of her lyrics coupled with the spiritual, mystic sounds of African Roots Lab have never failed to inspire me to walk the walk and perform the good works. This music is not the ordinary at all, and she is a decade ahead of any Empress I hear presently.

Blessed Love

Posted by IKinky on 08.10.2012
Dezarie definitely touched me. Her lyrics get deeper than any other reggae musician today (except of midnite). But english is not my 'native' language, that's why sometimes I have difficulties to overstand the whole lyrics of a song. If someone could pass me the lyrics of 'trying to be god' I would appreciate it a lot. Thank you.
Keep on letting the good vibes flow

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