Legendary Reggae musician Buju Banton was a special guest on the Unpackin. segment of 3Music Tv's morning show, Culture Daily and spoke to Lerny Lomotey about his new album BORN FOR GREATNESS.
He spoke on the need to make music that resonates with the people while highlighting the significance of the number of tracks on his album and why he chose that number. According to him, human's have lost their way so much they fail to acknowledge the essence of numbers and their significant role in daily life. The 17 tracks on his album, per his explanation signify intelligence amongst other spiritual implications.
He wasted no time in speaking on his relationship with singer Victoria Monet, their chemistry and their collaboration on his project, during which he had high praise for the singer. On how it came about, he mentioned that they worked on a number of songs, one for his project and the other for her's. He concluded the conversation with his take on the spiritual nature of music while backing it with scripture which he described as true to certain extents and other parts not so much.
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