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Raggo Zulu Rebel – Rice & Peas @raggozulurebel @parkstreetpr

August 5, 2015

Raggo Zulu Rebel deals with it in a 1980’s dancehall style for his latest single ‘Rice & Peas’ which is over the “Nuh Fraid” riddim track produced by Jah SnowCone. To summarize the song is on the surface about Sunday dinner but goes deeper to explore the Ital diet which is part of Rasta lifestyle. Ital is Rastafari vocabulary, linguistics or ebonics for vital or vitality or being essential to life. Ital is a lifestyle choice eating and putting the I primary (I = ever living life force in all things /GOD/JAH/Selassie I). This usually means abstaining from consuming any meat, animal by products, fish, diary, salt, sugar, (cigarettes & alcohol) or anything that urinates, passes feces or menstruates basically the closest thing to what the western world would refer to as a vegan diet. Individual’s lifestyles will vary according to personal needs…

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Raggo Zulu Rebel – Hail Jah #Video

Raggo Zulu Rebel is a London artist who blends hip hop, reggae, dancehall, R&B, acoustic soul and a splash of grime – with a message. Also known as JAH MESSENGER, the message in his music is very important. He has performed & recorded all over the UK, the West Indies, Ireland & Prague and headlined Sol Music Festival Sicily. Raggo Zulu Revel has shared stages with the likes of UK hip hop stars Rodney P, Lowkey, Wretch 32, English Frank, Logic, Ty, Maverick Sabre as well US legends Guru (Gang Starr) and Saigon. Raggo has worked with Big Cakes, Logic, Plan B, Mic Righteous amongst others.

Raggo Zulu Rebel “Holy War WW1’ #Album is out now

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