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Thursday, 28 October 2010

Video: reggae against gay bashing

Mista Majah P telling reggae artist and pollitian to stop the hate and discrimination against gays uplifts the world with a song that promotes kindness, equality, equal rights and justice for all people with a very strong plea to Stop The Hate and bullying against homosexuals and other gay and lesbian transgendered or sexual preference...He expects a lot of controversy to come out of this song since so many still feel animosity towards gay and lesbian lifestyle or equality.

Says Mista Majah P's manager Tony T: "What my artist hope to accomplish is to start a conversation between the gay community, the reggae artists and the world. The reason is my artist is tired of having door slam in his face and the face of all reggae artist and fellow Jamaican who get blame for what a few do or what they think or believe in. You have to remember that not all reggae artist or Jamaican hate or discriminate against gays. My artist biggest problem is he believes he is being stereotype by certain people or certain organization saying that you got dread and you come from Jamaica, right away they single you out saying there is another Jamaican who is using his music to spread hate and death and that has to stop."

Mista Majah P was born in Kingston Jamaica, but migrated to Canada at an early age. He was the recipient of the Canadian Reggae music award on several occasions. P now resides in the United States.


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