The nine-track album is Wailer’s sixth offering in his decade long career. “I hope to sample some of the new tracks at the forthcoming Reggae Night sessions that have been lined up by Midlands Arts and Culture Centre. My career continues to grow from strength to strength and this is all happening because of supportive fans and various organisations,” he said.
Some of the tracks contained in the potentially explosive collection are Chant Down Babylon; Run like a champion, Vampire, Proud to be Rasta and My Only love.
The musician’s fame was ignited by his international promoter, Theresa Kemp of Evolutionary Music Management and Promotion based in New York. His most popular works include his first album Beautiful Zimbabwe recorded in 2004. That was followed by Unite Africa recorded the following year.