Jr. Gong and his rebel music Catch-A-Fire

His father grew up in Jamaica's shantytowns
and impoverished countryside, but he was raised
in a well-to-do neighborhood. Actually, two well-to-do
neighborhoods: one in Jamaica and one in Miami.
So does Damian (Jr. Gong) Marley, the youngest son
of Bob, have the right to sing about the ghettos
and poverty of his native country?That's the question
the Marley family's latest hitmaker has been answering
ever since his infectious [Dancehall] single
"Welcome to Jamrock" hit the U.S. radio waves this summer.
~~Chris Riemenschneider


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