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Chart positions

This show was 3rd in the global roots reggae chart, 5th in the global dub chart and 14th in the global reggae chart.

Yes Ites, iman Kenyatta back pon di itrols with some Roots vibes from back in the 70s. Music telling from the personal struggle of I n I facing hipocrisy and injustice, violation and war in society. Through mass media and monopolized internet today there is still too much misunderstanding and false propaganda going on, leading to hatred and confusion.
So iman got to play some tunes of inner reflection now to focus upon life as a gift to each and every one.

Special livikeshan to B1, Spud Roots, Robin Catto, Anbessa Sounds, Dominic Reuben, DJ Conscious, Tom B, Mad Mongos Radio Soul and BD6. Give thanks for the upliftment your mixes bring to I n I. Jah vibes everflowing, beat down babywrong!


Karl Kenyatta


01 love comes and goes version by Abyssinians & Bongo Herman
02 psalms I by Jah Lloyd
03 know for i ° by Bongo Herman, Les & Bunny
04 man to man ° by The Wailers
05 bongo red ° by Gladiators
06 never too young to learn ° by Roman Stewart
07 it's not who you know by Twinkle Brothers
08 simmer down ° by Johnny Clarke
09 this must be hell ° by Horace Andy
10 practice what you preach ° by African Brothers
11 alpha and omega ° by Dennis Alcapone
12 mouth of the wicked ° by Dennis Peart
13 house upon a rock ° by Junior Delgado
14 backyard movements ° by Jacob Miller
15 evil deeds ° by Eric Bubbles
16 people bawling ° by David Jahson
17 this tribulation ° by Honey Vaugn
18 sufferation ° by Beverley Williams
19 war in the city ° by Bob Andy
20 rescue Jah children ° by Junior Murvin
21 mafia ° by Barry Brown
22 don't want to be no general ° by Dennis Brown
23 scorpion ° by Rob I Peart
24 don't start it up by Keith Hudson

Karl Kenyatta

Timestamped tracklist available from now. Fulljoy man like Dennis Brown, Roman Stewart and Twinkle Brothers in a early style.


who sings that track "children bawling" at 1:24:30 ?

Karl Kenyatta

Yes Desta, sorry for the late response. It is David Jahson singing people bawling. Big up di man, iman can't play selekshans without him nowadays. If you want to check the tune on the b-side of that 12" it is called "zion train" and it is in my latest selekshan MILITANT ROOTS MOTION. Full invitation, Rasta.


Nice selections.. what is the version to "Never too young to learn" called? bless.

Karl Kenyatta

Jaman, got this tune from my good Bredda Ical Ises from Dandelion Soundsystem one day and still love it. It is Roman Stewart with too young to learn on Pantomine 7" and the version is called Mitchville Rock.

Liz Sanchez

am I just loving these vibz ... Irie .. bless up my friend :

Karl Kenyatta

Yes I. Cultural vibes from the heart, Sista.


Give thanks for conscious vibes. We are blessed every day we wake. Tomorrow is promised to no-one. Respects. :-)

Karl Kenyatta

Forward with good vibes, pass it on! Give thanks, Sista.

Karl Kenyatta

Jaman, vibes that lead to the original voice inside, that let babylonwalls crush.

Ric Vespa
Ric Vespa

Insight! Keep up meditations
Much blessings to you

Karl Kenyatta

Yes Ric, give thanks for observing all the time ina conscious way, seen!


Cool cool natty dread! Righteous roots...give thanks!

Karl Kenyatta

Seen, Iyah. Musical liberation from di Natty.