Buju Banton Returns With New Album, ‘Upside Down 2020’
Buju Banton Returns With New Album, ‘Upside Down 2020’: International reggae superstar Buju Banton has released his much-anticipated album, Upside Down 2020, his first full-length studio album in a decade and the long-awaited follow-up to 2010’s Before The Dawn.
Banton celebrated his return to the worldwide stage following his performance at Kingston’s Famed National Stadium. The Long Walk to Freedom Concert -check out the highlights here– was one of the biggest music events in Jamaica’s history and was the launching pad for the tour of the same name.
The star’s subsequent announcement that he had signed with Roc Nation was followed with Banton releasing four brand-new songs, with accompanying music or lyric videos, “Steppa,” “Trust,” “Memories” featuring John Legend and the most recent release “Blessed”. While “Blessed” is now exploding, “Memories” is a Top 20 record at radio and is at No.1 on the iTunes reggae chart as we speak or write.
“While I seek to highlight the systemic problems around the world, I am aware of the need of preserving dancehall culture along with the real essence that reggae music offers but these are not normal times so things cannot continue as normal,” Buju Banton said in a statement.
“We are the change we seek and it’s our time to cement this thought in the minds of our youth. To open their eyes, thus enabling future generations to continue on a firm path and solid foundation with music doing it’s job as the great healer, teacher, comforter and above all, the restorative force that propels human beings to higher heights.”
Check out the tracklist below:
Upside Down 2020:
‘Lamb Of God’
‘Yes Mi Friend’ (featuring Stephen Marley)
‘Memories’ (featuring John Legend)
‘Lovely State Of Mind’
‘Cherry Pie Featuring Pharrell Williams’
‘Beat Dem Bad’
‘Good Time Girl’
‘Call Me’ (featuring Stefflon Don)
‘The World Is Changing’
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