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Playako nse ra wa,refelcting the pain and the people of africa feat sage da poet

by femijubal

Uploaded: May 8, 2008
Duration: 4m 56s

Comments for ako nse ra wa,refelcting the pain and the people of africa feat sage da poet

Portrait of Dail

Still a powerful song for me !!!

Portrait of Stan Michael
Nice, I like it.....Stan

Portrait of prince jaabaal
powerfull king powerfull

Portrait of Marlan
Very beautiful both musically and vocally. Admire the message. Added to favorites.

Portrait of Radical Mind
Just beautiful; the mess is awesome, and everything about this track is on point!!

Radical Mind

Portrait of Kat DiNorcia
You know how very mush I love and respect your work. Great, great piece. God Bless, Kat

Portrait of FaithsTempo
When I first heard this, I wasn't sure it was in the right category, but once the spoken word finally kicked in, it just makes it for me

Now for the content...WOW!!!!! I would buy this. This is so moving. Your voice is beautiful...painful, agonizing, yet triumphant and comforting. I listened to it all the way through this time, and I wish I had done that sooner.

Keep blessng us with your depth. ...just beautiful


Portrait of Mary TOPAZ
Femijubal, this is BREATHTAKING. I enjoyed the rhythm & the lyrics. {{Sincere Blessings}}

Portrait of Amina1389 Definity
This SONG is ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL. However, it took 2.35 minutes just to get to the Spoken portion of the song
Track is inspirational, triumphant, motivating, reflective and I would DEFINITELY buy it
I'm just not certain if this belongs in the Spoken Word category. Just my opinion.

Portrait of Shelly Wilson
Bless you my friend and the people of Africa. May the Lord comfort the people and love on them lavishly. May we all rise up to help our brothers and sisters

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