World A Reggae Music
Anthony B Lyrics


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World a reggae music on yah - eh
Keep me rockin with me daughter - eh-a
World a reggae music on yah - eh
Never lef' ya', never no sah - eh-a

Now just be nice and hold your space
I won't entertain no more disgrace
Out in the streets they call it merther
when rhythm spacing out your head

Man showing how man feeling
Man singing goodness gracious I
Ten thousand rydims peeling
It makes the spider kiss the fly

World a reggae music on ya - eh
Keep me rocking with me daughter - eh -a




World a reggae music on ya - eh
Lord I thirsty, give me water - eh-a

Overall Meaning

The song "World a Reggae Music" by Anthony B is a tribute to the genre of reggae music and its universal appeal. The lyrics suggest that reggae music is a unifying force that transcends boundaries, bringing people together across the world. The repetition of the phrase "World A Reggae Music on ya" emphasizes this point and creates an anthem-like quality to the song.


Anthony B mentions his daughter in the second line, indicating that reggae music is also a part of his family and personal life. The line "Never lef' ya', never no sah" further emphasizes the loyalty to reggae music and the community it represents. The song also calls for respect and harmony among people, as the artist sings "just be nice and hold your space" and warns against violence ("Out in the streets they call it merther").


Line by Line Meaning

World A Reggae Music on yah - eh
The world is filled with reggae music, and I love it


Keep me rockin with me daughter - eh-a
Reggae music brings joy to both me and my daughter, and we love to dance to it


Never lef' ya', never no sah - eh-a
I will never leave reggae music, it will always be a part of me


Now just be nice and hold your space
I want everyone to be respectful and peaceful, and to keep their distance


I won't entertain no more disgrace
I will not tolerate any more negative behavior or disrespect


Out in the streets they call it merther
In the streets, people enjoy the feeling and energy of reggae music


when rhythm spacing out your head
The rhythm and beat of reggae music can be so strong, it feels like it takes over your mind and body


Man showing how man feeling
Reggae music allows men to express their emotions and feelings


Man singing goodness gracious I
Men sing about their gratitude towards life and their blessings


Ten thousand rydims peeling
There are countless rhythms in reggae music, all waiting to be explored and enjoyed


It makes the spider kiss the fly
Reggae music can bring together things that seem incompatible or unlikely


Lord I thirsty, give me water - eh-a
I crave more reggae music, it's like water to me




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@maykoalves6832

Welcome!!! To our jamaican vibes, yah
High rate, dats how I feel
Yo, so I seh

World a reggae music on yah
Keep yuh rockin wid yuh dawta

Dis is da reggae music from jamaica
Sounds of bob marley an wailer
Rock steady, to dis drum an bass yah
Roll yuh waistline in di place yah
I see thugs wid slugs an marijuana
Players wid kim, suzette, an lana
Big sounds string up an blast pon di corner
Stay true reggae artist nuh farma
It rise nuff yutes to riches, weh coulda be a gunman
Climb ova ditches, widout education
Around di world, dem know bout jamaican
Thru di reggae vibrations so I sing

World a reggae music on yah
Keep yuh rockin wid yuh dawta

Prime minister, stop car awhile an listen dis yah
Stop treat reggae music like vulture, it a we culture
A muss it true wi sing song weh gi yuh ulcer
Stop ignore di facts of reggae inna big league
When yuh diss a ghetto yute di country yuh mislead
A try stop crime yuh wonder why it proceed
Caan diss di music too much man it feed


World a reggae music on yah
Keep yuh rockin wid yuh dawta

Reggae sumfest tent bring yuh tourist in
Timid clips an many rivers oonu row wid it
Bob marley one love yuh could nuh flow wid him
So how di hell yuh start dance like yuh nuh nore wid him
From monday to monday fi be a reggae concert
Di shotta kill people is not reggae song heard
Fight yuh a fight yuh put di reggae man first
Dats why jamaica gettin worse, yuh nuh hear

World a reggae music on yah
Keep yuh rockin wid yuh dawta

Dis is a reggae music from jamaica
Sounds of bob marley an wailer
Rock steady, to dis drum an bass yah
Roll yuh waistline in di place yah
I see thugs wid slugs an marijuana
Players wid kim, suzette, an lana
Big sounds string up an blast pon di corner
Stay true reggae artist nuh farma
It rise nuff yutes to riches, weh coulda be a gunman
Climb ova ditches, widout education
Around di world, dem know bout jamaican
Thru di reggae vibrations so I sing



All comments from YouTube:

@thorjensen93

Saw him live in Portugal last night, this guy is 100 times better live then in the computer

@joaocruix

No Musa! Também estive lá, brutal! um Abraço ✌️

@raphaelborges3707

isso sim reggae de verdade Brasil

@cristianooliveira3947

Uma das melhores batidas do reggae mundial

@elcidiofranscisco7447

Grande homem esse Anthony b, curto as músicas dele desde 2008 muita estrada! Jamaica from Moçambique.respect

@zakeoutfama

🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼

@tobiasroslund1519

Still..after all these years, this song remains amazing ☆ This is the reggae music from Jamaica 🏖

@knowself5

Reggae music just grabs my soul and never lets go. Ain't nothing like reggae live, truly a spiritual experience! #PeaceAndBlessings

@jilledwards8496

I love me some raggae .... Dancehall.... Music .....

@skipper420

rastafari!!!!!!!!!!!!!🎉

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