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Kenyatta Hill's Tribute To Culture

Kenyatta Hill's Tribute To Culture

Kenyatta Hill's Tribute To Culture

By Ras Achis on Sunday, January 30, 2011 - 6 comments

The son of Joseph Hill takes on some of the classics from his Father's collection.


On August 19, 2006 the Reggae music worldwide community lost one of its pillars when the great Joseph Hill of Culture made his transition. Culture, one of the greatest and most respected groups in the history of Reggae, however, did not pass with him and instead, Hill's son, Kenyatta Hill took over fronting the group in his late Father's absence. Kenyatta hillIn late 2007, the album 'Pass The Torch' was released which featured both elder and younger Hill on vocals and now things are taking a rather large and prominent step forward as Kenyatta Hill flies solo on 'Live On: Tribute To Culture' which is scheduled to be released on February 8 across the globe.

The album features Kenyatta Hill singing some of the great Culture songs from through the years such as International Herb, Two Sevens Clash, Iron Sharpen Iron and eleven more timeless pieces. Also, 'Live On' is actually produced by Dean Pond and his Rymshot Productions imprint. Pond is more known as a producer of Virgin Island Reggae talents [he produced 'Coming Back For You' in 2009, the most recent album of VI superstar Pressure Busspipe], but his skills are absolutely unquestionable, having worked with and developed some of the biggest names in the region, so these classics rest in mighty hands.

The masses of Culture fans around the world are sure to want to get their hands on this gem which also comes digitally via Zojak Worldwide.

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Read comments (6)

Posted by nwankwoala ugochukwu on 01.31.2011
The struggle which a man believes and dies for, must surely immortalise him. Adieu a great soul preacher.

Posted by precious on 07.11.2011
Big up man.

Posted by kizito chikuni on 09.22.2012
Man everyting that was started needs to be finished. Itinue

Posted by Saulos Ngwira on 12.10.2013
Keep up the good work. Let the live roots reggae keep burning and research a lot about Babylon system.

Posted by tbag on 10.06.2014
Live on sir Joseph i wil always love u...

Posted by rotichevans on 01.06.2015
Remains my favorite singer of all the time

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