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NATURAL BLACK

Far From Reality

2007-01-23

A reggae album that continues the message of hope and fighting the powers of discrimination, Natural Black has a stereotypical reggae album. However, his positive outlook on the world is a refreshing breath of fresh air. He kicks off his album with the first track “Think Big” which is a really good, positive song. Though it sounds like a fun album, it should be taken seriously, as Natural Black’s message is just as important as anything Bob Marley, Michael Franti, or Matishyahu has done. Check out other tracks such as track 2 “Never Hurt You”, track 8 “Can’t Mix Intelligence”, and my favorite track, number 14 “Beautiful Place”. This is by far one of the most beautiful and positive songs ever created. - Lane Zoerhof

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