Mutabaruka live at Reggae Sumfest 1993 in Montego Bay, Jamaica
Mutabaruka, reggae dub-poet extraordinaire, mixes music,
politics, humor, poetry, Afro-centralism and much more
in searing exposes of life on Planet Earth.
In this dramatically-lit, nighttime performances
at the 1993 Reggae Sumfest held at Montego Bay,
he stalks the stage barefoot and dreadlocked,
dressed in prophet's robe, waving a huge Rasta banner;
flanked by his long-time backing band and three dancers.
Interspersed with a musical roller coaster of reggae,
soca, rock, African sounds and even classical music
are his searing monologues on drugs, the Pope,
tourism, the government, McDonald's and poverty.
Any Which Way Freedom
The System Is A Fraud
By Any Means Necessary
Free Up the Land
kill south africans again