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WATCH THIS: Samory I "Rasta Nuh Gangsta" Official Music Video • Boomshots
A Man With Locks Don’t Need No Glocks Not every music artist can “buss” right out the gate, sometimes it takes cultivation before they are rewarded with the fruits of their labor. After four years of slowly building a following, Samory I is primed to be a major voice in reggae music in 2017 with the release of “Rasta Nuh Gangsta,” which addresses some common misconceptions about Rastafarians. Video And Interview After The Jump… Born Samory-Tour Frazer in the Kencot section of Kingston, Samory I spent his early years singing in the church. He was raised a Seventh Day Adventist, but made the conversion to Rastafari as he got older. His foray into the music industry began after he was heard singing in the home of his current manager Bridgett Anderson, who also helped steer the careers of the late Garnett Silk and Jahmali. His 2013 single “Just Believe” introduced the world to a smooth, silky voice that’s reminiscent of the late Hugh Mundell. Shortly after capturing the attention of Rory from Stone Love, Samory I released two songs produced by the famed selector/producer titled “Take Me Oh Jah,” and “African Daughter.” Samory I kicked off 2016 by mashing up …