What a tune! Queen Ifrica, real poor people's governor, never fails to deliver, especially on social-commentary songs. This woman is so wise, inspirational, executes concepts precisely, delivers thought-provoking messages effortlessly without sounding paranoid or patronising. If you don't know much about her, check my exclusive interview (and possibly the best you'll read) with her here
The target on this song are the police officers who abuse their powers.
Second song I reccommend encourages young girls to hold onto their innocence. The powerful message in this song is kind of being dismissed due to what many consider to be a subliminal diss to Vybz Kartel in the 2nd verse.
And they say reggae is dead? No one makes real music? You just aren't listening to the right things (mainly due to DJ's in UK being a bit rubbish). This is a taster of a longer blog I have lined up. May be this month, next year or something but you'll know it when you see it