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  • Performer: Leroy Smart
  • Album: War And Violence
  • FLAC: 1160 mb | MP3: 1717 mb
  • Released: 1997
  • Style: Dancehall
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Leroy Smart - War And Violence album flac

Tracklist

A War And Violence
B War And Violence (Version)

Credits

  • Arranged By – Dynamite Crew
  • Producer – B. Denniston, C. Jarrett*

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Leroy Smart (born 1952, Kingston, Jamaica) is a reggae singer and producer. Smart was born in 1952 and orphaned at the age of two. He was raised at Maxfield Park Children's Home and educated at Alpha Boys School, where he studied singing, drums, and dancing. Smart recorded his first single, "It Pains Me", in 1969 for a producer called Mr. Caribbean. In 1970, he recorded "Ethiopia" for Joe Gibbs and the first version of one of his most famous songs, "Pride & Ambition", with producer Gussie Clarke

Leroy Smart (born 1952, Kingston, Jamaica) is a reggae singer and producer. Smart recorded his first single, "It Pains Me" in 1969. In 1970 he recorded "Ethiopia" for Joe Gibbs, and the first version of one of his most famous songs, "Pride & Ambition", with producer Gussie Clarke. His breakthrough would come in 1973 with "Mother Liza", produced by Jimmy Radway, which topped the local singles chart. He began producing himself in 1977. Smart has continued recording and remains popular, with over 35 albums to his name

Performer: Leroy Smart. Album: War And Violence. 1511 downloads at 39 mb/s. B. War And Violence (Version).

Sex and Violence is the fifth and final album released by hip hop group Boogie Down Productions. The next year, 1993, the group's lead member, KRS-One, would begin recording under his own name. The track "Build And Destroy" deals with KRS-One's ideological differences-as a self-proclaimed humanist-with X Clan and its brand of Afrocentrism. Previously, and on numerous occasions, the X-Clan had denounced any association with the concept, instead affirming its pro-Black stance.

Look at the orphans that this war did create, And you'll see another generation who will learn how to hate. For as a heartbroken child cries in the still of the night, He dreams of the day when for revenge he will fight.

In 1977, the Hoo Kim brothers released Leroy Smart's debut album on their Channel One label, and following in the insolent footsteps of myriad Jamaican producers, titled it The Very Best of Leroy Smart. Still the ten-song set bundled up an excellent batch of the singer's recent singles, and when the album was released in Britain by Conflict later that year, it was titled after one of the most popular, "Ballistic Affair

In 1977, the Hoo Kim brothers released Leroy Smart's debut album on their Channel One label, and following in the insolent footsteps of myriad Jamaican producers, titled it The Very Best of Leroy Smart. Still the ten-song set bundled up an excellent batch of the singer's recent singles, and when the album was released in Britain by Conflict later that year, it was titled after one of the most popular, "Ballistic Affair

Listen to music from Leroy Smart like Ballistic Affair, Balistic Affair & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Leroy Smart. Smart was born in 1952 and orphaned aged 2. He was raised at Maxfield Park Childrens Home and educated at Alpha Boys School, where he studied singing, drums and dancing. Smart recorded his first single, "It Pains Me" in 1969 for a producer called Mr.