Mojah keeps things strictly conscious on Hail the King, with songs praising Ras Taffari and righteous women while calling out all the usual suspects (political corruption, poverty, venal Babylon, et.
The first album offering from Fantan Mojah released by Greensleeves in 2005 it includes the hit Nuh Build Great Man on which he collaborated with reggae giant Jah Cure who would go on to release the track on his own album later in 2007 True Reflections Fantan shot music videos for Hail the King, Nuh Build Great Man and Rastafari is the Ruler. By far his most successful album (arguably his only successful one to date 2018). Hail the King Q&A. Label Greensleeves Records. Producers Fantan Mojah.
Hail the King is a wonderful debut for a soon-to-be King of roots. The best tune here (again, no so surprisingly) is the MASSIVE title track on the maroon riddim which might make Count Ossie himself proud of the beautiful Nya drumming on the track which goes completely in one direction of showing the still developing Mojah's talents as it comes off as more of a chant than a dj's tune. Fantan Mojah becomes the second artist (after Sean Paul) to be lucky enough to have his album blessed with terrifyingly beautiful Seasons riddim from superproducer Vendetta, and he handles it just about as good as anyone (not named Jah Cure).
Hail to the King is the sixth studio album by American heavy metal band Avenged Sevenfold. Hail to the King is the first and only Avenged Sevenfold album to feature Arin Ilejay on drums, prior to his departure in July 2015.
This song is by Morgan Heritage and appears on the album Full Circle (2005). Go down, Wicked man go downSatan go down, Satan go down (Satan go down)Let Jah's word be praised
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- Producer – C. Hyman