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Rasta, Reggae and Musical Meditation

Reggae musician Bob Marley became famous for songs like “No Woman No Cry”, “Get Up, Stand Up” and “One Love”, spreading Jamaican music and culture around the world, as well as global awareness about the Rastafari movement.

Marley introduced Rastafari musical meditation to his global community – incorporating chanting into his music, seen as a Prophet or Messiah by some fans – singing about Love and Redemption and Natural Beauty, even negotiating a ceasefire between two warring political parties!

Rasta, Reggae and Musical Meditation

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Reggae and its message of faith, struggle and redemption has always been linked to the Rastafari faith, both lyrically and musically, with its spiritual drumming and socially conscious lyrics.

The philosophy of Rastafari, travels side by side with Reggae and remains an important cultural and social movement in Jamaica and many other parts of the world.

From the start, Reggae music has always been important to the Rastafari faith, where culture and beliefs are shared and expressed through songs and chants.

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