“Vybz Kartel had all the opportunity but he went too far. Some a dem dem engage inna too much flossing and flossing and just kill dem selves. Reggae music is not about hype up ting alone. If Jah give you the chance don’t lose your way. We still believe in the teachings and the message. And everybody knows Jah Messenjah still rocking strong seen. Jah work is mighty and terrible. Beenie Man and Bounty Killer really did engage in Showbiz jabs but they still stayed in the confines of the public but when you look at Vybz Kartel and Tommy Lee who have lost their way – calling themselves demons and all those negative and evil names are certainly not acceptable. That is why some countries don’t give chance to some of those artistes (dancehall acts) before of the behaviour they have put up. Dancehall music was there long ago and I will not be the one to stop it but make sure you don’t mislead people. Reggae turn but Dancehall burn up! Don’t lose your way. Don’t lose your way I say,” Luciano lamented.
Celebrated international reggae singer, Luciano, who is currently in Ghana for concert this weekend was on radio with Blakk Rasta on Thursday, April 16.
He spoke for about half an hour – he touched on issues related to Reggae & Dancehall industry as well as some in depth talk about his family and his spiritual levity.
The soulful reggae singer is billed to perform in Ghana at the Liberty Park in Dansoman-Accra this Saturday, April 18, 2015.
Luciano is a Grammy nominee with his album “New Dawn” produced by Dean Fraser. He currently produces himself and arrange his musical works.
Ghana acts gracing the stage with Luciano are Sonni Balli, Lingua Kat, Blaka, Kombolo, Kay Dizzle, Jah Amber and more, for only GHC 20.