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The new material is strictly roots reggae with different shades of the genre woven into a colourful tapestry of love and conscious messages. Apart from interaction backstage, we also talked a bit in the hotel. They are artistes with the same mission as I and we enjoyed ourselves in the studio. We stayed in the same hotel and his room was next to mine. That was a blend of soca, hiplife and reggae which he called Roots Life music.
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Paapa Wastik – I Love The Weed | GhanaMusic.com Video
Wastik affirms that all true roots reggae artistes have a mission not only to entertain but also to educate people wasttik their music.
They are artistes with the same mission as I and we enjoyed ourselves in the studio. One of the reasons why Wastik feels so blessed was the opportunity to record four tracks on the Thanks and Praise album in the famous Tuff Gong studio in Jamaica. Ghanaian roots reggae artistes, based home and abroad, are stepping up their acts to get their positive messages better heard here and the latest to step into the ring is Paapa Wastik.
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In giving thanks and praises to God for his circumstances, he has also decided to sqeet up the Support the Needy Children Project and would present books and other educational material to school children in Cape Coast before he travels back to the US. Away from our shores over the last four years, the Cape-Coast-born and Mfantsipim School old student says he is back home for a few months from his Oregon base in the United States to promote his track second album, Thanks and Praise and to make people aware of paa;a Paapa Wastik is.
So many of the artistes want to come to Ghana and I know I’m the bridge now for them to swret that. That’s why he plans to hold three shows in Accra, Kumasi and Cape Coast before he returns to his base in Oregon.
Home Sweet Home (Testo) – Paapa Wastik – MTV Testi e canzoni
We do music that awaken people and lead them on an enlightening and righteous path. The song was triggered by that realisation.
I have become familiar with reggae festivals and will hopefully organize one in Ghana next year. If it happens, those school children will be among the people to look forward to paap Paapa Wastik-led international reggae festival in Ghana next year. Wastik has no regrets that he heeded the advice because he got exceptional reggae instrumentalists, including percussionist Bongo Herman, regarded as the leading Nyabinghi drummer in Jamaica, to back him.
I call the album Thanks and Praise because when I sit back and look at what the Most High has done for me, I cannot do anything but give thanks and praise to His might name.
Though Wastik is fairly known in reggae circles in the US and Jamaica, his name does not ring a bell at all here. We stayed in the same hotel and his room was next to mine. Its hard to say which is my favourite on the album but I like Home Sweet Home a lot.
Wasti was taking a walk in the US one day and noticed how people, especially non- Americans, were hustling gome suffering in a foreign land to make ends meets. He was looking for a live feel to some of the songs and was advised to go to Tuff Gong.
I couldn’t believe it when I heard about six weeks later that he had died. The new material is strictly roots reggae with different shades jome the genre woven into a colourful tapestry of love and conscious messages. There are a couple of love-related songs but a big chunk of the material deal with serious social matters such as the need to teach children good ways, the search for justice and peace in the world, the evils of the Babylon system and being serious about life.
Apart from interaction backstage, we also talked a bit in the hotel.
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Last year was a busy period for Wastik on the international reggae festival circuit. He was a little papa in Cape Coast with little hope of rubbing shoulders with known international artistes. I had not met him before but knew his music well and I was very glad to meet him. That was a blend of soca, hiplife and reggae which he called Roots Life music.
Lucky Dube was there with his whole band. Paapa Wastik released his first album, Mama Afrika here a year before travelling outside.