Carrying the true rasta spirit, Mr Waar is a fighter for the right cause: more justice, more equality in this world. Like his predecessor, Bob Marley, Mr Waar denounces the cold Babylon system and brings his folks back in the state of war: black folks want more justice, more attention from the world. Put your hand up and follow Mr Waar, the leader.
Keyboards, violins, very cadenced beats enhance the Jacksonville artist’s strong winner spirit during the whole Mr Waar song.
Loud Electronic sounds introduce the festive, wine celebrating Wine song. Despite the light instrumental background and refrain, Mr Waar is not afraid to talk about dark theme such as slavery, the exploitation of black people, reminding people of a devil called hatred.
Soft violin sounds mixed up with slight piano notes are the prelude to a symphonic violin background in which harsh drum beats punctuate a tense atmosphere while Mr Waar conjugates the word hip hop with a Jamaican dialect.
Mr Waar’s music comes straight from the heart. Discover it here.
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