Rapso Riddum Time (12"). Uprising Records (8). UR 006.
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6-1992 - Featuring KAREGA MANDELA. National of TRINIDAD & TOBAGO. Tuco Trinidad-Tobago LET US TAKE A LITTLE TIME TO KNOW ABOUT ANOTHER GENRE OF OUR CULTURE. is considered by many to be the Rap of Soca music or the poetry of Calypso. Essentially, it is defined as "the Power of the Word in de riddum of the Word". Rapso is the voice of the people in the heart of the struggle for true liberation and self determination. It is a musical artform, but more than that, it is a consciousness, a manifestation of ancient tradition
Rapso is a form of Trinidadian music that grew out of the social unrest of the 1970s. Black Power and unions grew in the 1970s, and rapso grew along with them. The first recording was Blow Away by Lancelot Layne in 1970. Six years later, Cheryl Byron (founder of the New York City based Something Positive Dance Company) was scorned when she sang rapso at a calypso tent; she is now called the "Mother of Rapso".
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1. Never Surrrender - Karega Mandela. Featured on "D Rapso Nation" - Anthology of "The Best of Rapso". More by Karega Mandela. Listen to Karega Mandela now. Listen to Karega Mandela in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Featuring Brother Resistance and Karega Mandela. Produced by ttt in the early 80s. Download. Shortman aka Rapso Rebel, 1981. From album "Busting Out". 18. Karega Mandela Performing with the Network Rapso Riddum Band at Rapso Explosion 2015.
Network Riddum Bands début album 1981, Busting Out, became a major hit, defining the musical genre that would come to be known as rapso. Busting Out was the first album to use the word rapso. After the release of the album Rapso Explosion, Brother Shortman left Network Riddum Band and didn't appear on the music scene until 2004, when he released the album "The Awakening Vol. 1" as Rapso Rebel, after living in Sweden for more than a decade.
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