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New Album from Junior Kelly

03/12/10

Permalink 09:40:29 am, by amilnal
Categories: Entertainment, Culture, Business

New Album from Junior Kelly

Approximately 10 years after his breakout hit "Love So Nice," the People’s Rasta, Junior Kelly is back with his fourth VP Records album Red Pond.  This new album features 15 new Junior Kelly tracks, with a majority of the production coming from the world famous Firehouse Crew. Red Pond continues on his mission of uplifting the people and providing positive music content.

 

Junior Kelly's previous three albums: Love So Nice, Smile and Tough Life, all showed Junior's versatility. With his lyrics firmly rooted in his rastafarian faith and love, one of the only universal themes left, Junior has enjoyed moderate suceess both within the Jamaican music scene and internationally. With his biggest hits so far being the aforementioned  "Love So Nice," "Receive," "Rasta Should Be Deeper" and "Youths Dem Nah Cool." Junior Kelly newest offering ,Red Pond, should have something musically that anybody regardless of race, creed or religion can relate to.

The album begins with the up-tempo track “Celebrate Life,” spreading the messages of; love is what it’s all about and what’s the point of living if we don’t celebrate it. The first single from Red Pond is the passionate track”My African Child,” Junior Kelly professes his unconditional love and the joy that is brought on by his African Child. The track “Nuthin’ Wrong With The World” bluntly states that the earth isn’t to blame for the various problems we are all faced with instead the inhabitants are responsible. Switching gears and embarking on the subject of lost love, Junior Kelly collaborates with Lukie D on the R&B flavored track “She’s Gone.” On “Waan Lef’ De Ghetto,” Junior Kelly expresses his torn feelings of wanting to stay in the neighborhood that he knows and loves but at the same time the conditions that make him want to leave and strive for a better life elsewhere. The duty of man is to help one another and the strong should lift up the weak, if we as people don’t follow this Junior Kelly asks the simple question on the track “How Better Ah Go Come.” From Collaborating with Queen Ifrica on “Too Late” or Ras Shiloh on "Papa’s Song," Red Pond is the reemergence of the Junior Kelly we all know and love.

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Three Ministers

Three ministers - a Presbyterian, a Methodist, and a Southern Baptist and their wives were all on a cruise together. A tidal wave came up and swamped the ship, and they all drowned. The next thing you know, they're standing before St.Peter.

As fate would have it, the first in line was the Presbyterian and his wife. St. Peter shook his head sadly and said, "I can't let you in. You were moral and upright, but you loved money too much. You loved it so much, you even married a woman named Penny."

St.Peter waved sadly, and poof! Down the chute to the 'Other Place' they went. Then came the Methodist. "Sorry, can't let you in either," said Saint Peter "You abstained from liquor and dancing and cards, but you loved food too much.

You loved food so much, you even married a woman named Candy!" Sadly, St. Peter waved again, and whang! Down the chute went the Methodists.

The Southern Baptist turned to his wife and whispered nervously, "It ain't looking good, Fanny."

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