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Since his emergence in I Wayne's wispy voice and blazing lyrics have earned him a world wide fan base. Book of Life is 16 new songs written and co-produced by I Wayne in collaboration with notable production team Loyal Soldiers. Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
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Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist Sample. Words Of Liberation. Free The People. Annihilation feat.
Smart Attack. Life Is Easy. Need Her In I Arms. No Vanity Love. Jealousy And Abuse feat.
Lady G. Good Enough. Politics And Religion. No Unnecessary War. Money Dem A Run Down. Could A Never feat. Dart To Them Heart feat. Deva Brat. Natural Ites feat. Iyah V.
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A truly solid album to listen to through and through. My only question is when is the next one going to drop? Format: Audio CD. There would have also been albums from the likes of the usual ultra prolific suspects such as Sizzla, Luciano, Midnite, Lutan Fyah and Natural Black got all of those on the list as well. However, without a doubt, hovering somewhere near the top of my own most anticipated albums of would have been I-Wayne's follow-up to one of the most dominant and special reggae debuts I have heard in more than a decade.
I Wayne originally came on the scene in with one of the most unusual singing styles the music had heard in a while. And while musically speaking, he sounded much unlike the legendary and much celebrated Mandeville native, I-Wayne drew comparisons from all over the place to the late great Garnet Silk.
On his own laurels, however, the diminutive Portmore native established vibes which had the entire island, and soon the entire reggae listening community singing his songs. The first boomshot was of course One Man Can't Satisfy her which was easily one of the biggest tunes of and then carrying over to also being one of the biggest tunes of the following year as well. The tune would introduce the young singer as one of the new face to watch on the roots scene.
Songs like the title track probably the artist's second biggest hit to dateLiving in Love from the former riddim of the year, the Hardtimes, Ready fe Live Up, Touch Her Softly, Nah Draw Nil, More Life and others even still would go on to achieve some type of notoriety from the album and ultimately produce an album which was nothing short of mastery. In the time since the release of Lava Ground, I Wayne has maintained his status, although with expected periods of inactivity that is usually what happens when VP artists release albums, because they do a fine fine job in pushing their talents on tours and such things inside the studio.
His name has appeared on virtually every big stage show or festival on the island and the overall strength of the tunes which helped established his name has not lessened to any degree. Eventually, however, he did reach the studio once again to begin recording for his sophomore album and it was downright lovely that I Wayne has seemingly overcome the usual pitfalls of overexposure which reggae, and particularly roots artists, usually face between albumsthe wonderfully titled Book Of Life.
Book Of Life comes near the end of what has already been a stocked year of reggae albums, one of the best years in recent memories, as one of the last truly big release of although I wouldn't be surprised if VP snuck the Jahmelody debut in later, and Shaggy has still officially not released his Intoxication either. Book Of Life certainly has rather large shoes to fill in those of its older brother but when material from the album began to reach the road, it was all very impressive.
The earlier songs didn't come with supreme hype of One Man Can't Satisfy Her and that's not saying much, we've seen subsequent songs of the year which didn't have THAT much hype but instead saw an overall slightly well rounded and definitely more experienced I Wayne.
However, actually digging into the album Book Of Life, I discover that I still do favour Lava Ground as the stronger piece, but Book Of Life, as you may gather from the title and the cover is a very very deep piece. Seeming like something in terms of vibes one might here coming from Luciano, or Sizzla and Lutan Fyah during one of their more cryptic and metaphorical moods, Book Of Life is an album to be enjoyed ONLY when one is able to truly separate the music and the message.
Too many times it is very easy particularly in reggae music, where a great deal of the music is aimed towards the dancehall in one way or another to overlook what is actually being said and strictly listen to the artists' word melodies in relation to the riddim and the overall vibes, but if you find yourself going into Book Of Life and that is the way you typically listen to music, there is a very strong chance that the album may go over your head completely.
Seemingly gone is the younger I Wayne now 27 years of age who would ultimately rely on his natural rather explosive nature and style of music making to get his point across, in his stead is a more mature artist, still as ever high of morality and dedication to Rastafari, but one who makes his explosions more subtle and almost ALWAYS lyrically.
The album opens with the its official first single the video for the tune is one of the best in reggae of as welltitle track and definitive choice for overall best tune on the album altogether. You can very well listen to the track cursorily and not really pay attention to much besides the music and the melodies and the wonderful backing singers creating a very strong vibe with I Wayne's own vocals and really enjoy the song the way I did the first few dozen times I heard the track but when you dig into actually what is being said, the song changes.