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Buju Banton Rebels. Tells The World “Masks Nuh Made For Man.”

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In a tone of utter frustration, Buju in no uncertain terms said he will not wear a mask in his native Jamaica, and calls on the government and other world leaders, to “free my people.”

There have been, and continues to be many conspiracy theories surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the circulation of these many unproven theories, over 1 million people have died from the virus between March and October. In the United States and Europe, leaders are re-imposing restrictions amid spikes in cases.

Here’s how Buju expressed his emotions in his latest social posts.

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Yohan Marley Pushes Out Afrobeats Infused Track, Dubbed ‘Goodbyes.’

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Yohan Marley has released a new single called, “Goodbyes”. Self produced, in tandem with DJ Xpress and Jizzle,”Goodbyes” delivers a dancehall/ Afro-pop infused musical sound.


The song comes on the heels of Marley’s recently released single “Brickell“, which has garnered the attention from DJs from all corners internationaly and in the Caribbean.


“Goodbyes” highlights the eclectic sound and writing style of the artist, while connecting with people from around the world. As Yohan sings the chorus “don’t let goodbyes come too easy, just let me know that you need me,” there is a moment reminiscent of having to leave a relationship or loved one.

The song comes complete with a new video which was directed by Marley himself. It was produced by Michael Zoyes, and filmed in Miami.

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Buju On A Mission. Purpose Driven, The Artist Delivers Through His Foundation.

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Reggae superstar Buju Banton continues to stand firm in his purpose. He recently donated 3 million Jamaican dollars, which he won after he competed in the Jamaica song festival competition.

Together with assorted footwear and food, the children at the Sunbeam children’s home received the money, which went towards the construction of a chicken layers business. The business is a poultry and egg production venture, which, upon completion, should provide a sustainable income stream for the childcare facility and employable skills for those housed there.

Buju does not take his celebrity status lightly. Through his Buju Banton Foundation, he’s been encouraging and enlisting his famous friends to support the mission. Among those friends is superstar rap artist turned gospel choir leader Kanye West. Kanye joined in to contribute 50 laptops- one for each boy at Sunbeam children’s home, and 10 desktop computers and chairs for Mount Oliver boys home in Jamaica.

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