Public Service Announcement from reggae artist Fantan Mojah
I composed this song a few years back with Fantan Mojah, and it is incredible to see the definition of "timeless" music. This song is still as relevant today as it was three years ago. P.S.A is a hard-hitting lyrical onslaught on the negativity that has held Jamaica back for many years, stating that the ‘slackness a gwaan from long time and the people dem just don’t know.’
“Dem a talk bout don, politician dem start it, now dem wan fi tek di ghetto ute dem fi target, from di morgue to di cemetery, a dat dem market,” are just some of the sharpshooting lyrics Fantan Mojah fires as he calls for an end to the crippling corruption Babylon has systematically impose on its people.
Though the single is focused on Jamaica this song relevant to other territories. Especially with the increased visibility of police brutality
P.S.A is now available for purchase on iTunes and makes for must-listen for it musical content and its deep context.