Soldiers of Jah Army
537 Shouts - 3,359,556 Scrobbles
Jamaican reggae music is one of the best-known genres of music around the world, uniting people of all countries, all races, and all religions with a sound that is dedicated to searching for the answers to life, to conflict, to humanity, to the world, to love. There are few artists in this music genre today that are creating the epitome of this artistic insight, professing subjects that are so often glazed over by mainstream music. Hailing from Washington D.C. – reggae band SOJA is on the forefront of this revolution, telling the roots story, but from the other side: America.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- LyricsI open my eyes, each morning I rise
to find the truth I know that is there.
I'm lucky to breathe, I'm lucky to feel,
I'm glad to wake up, I'm glad to be here.
With all of this world, and all of it's pain,
- LyricsWell, I had one by my side,
but she only tried to get near me.
And never ever knowing about my inside..
But one that I hold is worth so
much more to me if it's both body and mind.
- I Don't Wanna Wait - (5:55) - 7,022 plays
- LyricsI act like I left her, but I really beg her to stay.
And the more that I press her is the more she slips away.
Act like I don't need her but...Yo, you're necessary...
Like ten days from now I won't see your face when I sleep.
Act like I can hear, but Jah knows I'm deaf.
Just like the land that bear the name Africa,
Love is on my mind.
It's for everyone no matter where you're from,
Love, it cross all lines.
- Sorry - (4:51) - 4,576 plays
- Be Aware - (4:10) - 4,866 plays
- Strong For Them - (5:19) - 4,121 plays
- Faith Works - (5:04) - 4,659 plays
- Rasta Courage - (4:46) - 7,264 plays