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Lucky Dube - Black Angel (2014)

24-12-2014, 19:08
Music | Reggae | FLAC / APE

Lucky Dube - Black Angel (2014)

Artist: Lucky Dube
Title Of Album: Black Angel
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Shanachie
Genre: Reggae
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 79:45 min
Total Size: 182 / 551 MB


1 Celebrate Life 5:24
2 Ding Ding Licky Licky Licky Bong 4:01
3 Family Ties 5:49
4 House of Exile 3:31
5 It`s not easy 5:31
6 Remember Me 4:28
7 Release Me 5:23
8 I Want To Know What Love Is 4:34
9 Is This The Way 4:53
10 Different Colours,One People 4:11
11 Lovers in a dangerous time 5:06
12 Victims 4:23
13 Keep on knocking 3:56
14 Johnny 4:38
15 Little heroes 4:13
16 Till You Lose It All 4:42
17 Prisoner (Live) 5:18

"Respect me, for who I am, And not what I am, Nobody even cares about your dollars, Nobody even cares about your bling bling, Five love to those who give you love, Love to those who give you war. Love those who hate you, Bless even those who curse you, Show me show me respect".

Lucky Philip Dube (pronounced doo-bay) (August 3, 1964 – October 18, 2007) was a South African reggae musician.

He recorded 22 albums in Zulu, English and Afrikaans in a 25-year period and was South Africa's biggest selling reggae artist. Dube was murdered in the Johannesburg suburb of Rosettenville on the evening of 18 October 2007. Lucky Dube was the son of a single mother who thought she could not have children. Her first child therefore was given the name "Lucky". Dube (pronounced "Dobe") is a town area in Johannesburg. Lucky Dube had a tough upbringing and lived in turn, with his mother, grandmother, and an uncle. He began to sing in bars in his home town and in church. He and his comrades began drumming around and started a band, but they couldn't afford to buy instruments. They tried to persuade moneyed people to sponsor them but, when they were unsuccessful, Lucky Dube wrote a play that the guys performed. This brought in just enough to purchase a guitar, and they started the Skyway band.

They began by playing mbaqanga. They were together for 2 years before Lucky Dube joined the Love Brothers, a mbaqanga band led by Richard Siluma, who later became Lucky's manager. After a few years as a mbaqanga singer Lucky decided, in the early 1980s, to switch to reggae. The influence came from artists like Bob Marley and Peter Tosh. He had his baptism of fire as a reggae artist when he played at the Sunsplash Festival in Jamaica, before the world's most critical reggae audiences, and was a success. Lucky Dube made a type of melodious, African reggae that slowly but surely has turned him into a superstar. He sang powerfully in English about social problems, the blacks' struggle, and God's greatness. With the song, "Together As One", he became the first black artist in South Africa to be played on a white radio station. He had had no formal musical education, but nevertheless played several instruments and arranges his own songs. His first two albums, “Slave” (about alcoholism) and “Prisoner”, both sold over 500,000 copies and are the best selling disks ever in South Africa. Lucky Dube was one of Africa's most beloved and sought after artists and toured the world over. He was shot and killed outside his home in Johannesburg October 18th 2007. His death is a tragic loss to the music life in all Africa.

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