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On "Human Rights & Justice", Daweh exalts his spirituality with such incantations as "Jah Is My Shepherd", "Wilderness", "Drums" and "Jah Mercy Seat". His cries for a better world can be heard on "One World", "Earth Running" and the title track. Daweh Congo recruited the formidable talents of Roots Radics, Jamaica’s premier in house studio band to lay the riddims that can be heard throughout this album. The heavy drum and bass lines from Style Scott and Flabba Holt, along with Daweh Congo’s mesmerizing voice have catapulted "Human Rights and Justice" to the number one position on IREGGAE.COM’s top ten albums for the month of May 2000.


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