Why We Love the 90s

Jamaican State of Mind podcast host Nicholas joins the Reggae Lover crew to reminisce about the most trendsetting decade – the 90s.

Highlanda Sound 136 - Why We Love the 90s REGGAE LOVER

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But why do we love the 1990s so much?

We talk about some of the most iconic figures from that time and bring the conversation current to explore why things are so different now.

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Poor People’s Governor Rodney Price Mix | Reggae Lover Podcast 103

This episode highlights revolutionary lyrics and spiritual songs from Bounty Killer’s catalog.

Poor People's Governor Rodney Price Mix | Reggae Lover Podcast 103

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Included here are tunes offering chastisement of government officials and petty thieves alike. Rodney charges both the murderers in the community and the policymakers who allow guns to prevail on the ghetto streets.

Bounty pens exclamations on behalf of the Jamaican lower class, giving them a global voice. The so-called ‘Warlord’ praises our Heavenly Father and encourages youth to seek education.

The ‘5-Star General’ was instrumental in boosting the careers of dancehall stars like Vybz Kartel, Mavado, Aidonia, Baby Cham, Busy Signal, Wayne Marshall, Angel Doolas, Nitty Kutchie and Elephant Man, among others. He continues to give young artists a platform.

Rodney Price’s contributions to the culture have been immense. His legacy is one for the ages.

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