Rasta Unity Featuring Lutan Fyah - Youth Rize Up - Song Review with Lyrics.

in jahm •  9 months ago  (edited)

Today, I bring you another Australian Reggae act that has linked up with well know performer Lutan Fyah to produce this song, released earlier this year.


Source: Reggaeville YouTube Channel

Rasta Unity have been performing around Australia and Brazil since 2010, a lot of their original music spreads the "One Love" message. Political at times, with a track called "Global Warning" and with Australian and Brazilian roots, The band collaborated with Lutan Fyah on this track. The song itself was recorded at Tuff Gong Studios in Jamaica in 2018 and the official video features bath Jamaica and Australia.

"Youth Rize Up" is an uplifting track, reminding us all to cherish our children, teach them right from wrong, and help them find their place in the world. It shows that, no matter where in the world you are, the children are the future and we have to build them up and lead by example. The vocals are smooth, and the riff by Fyah is the middle of the track is the highlight for me. The "youth are the leaders of tomorrow" is a phrase that is often heard, but that really is the message of this track.

Lyrics sourced from the Official YouTube video

Youth Rize Up - Lyrics

Lyrics sourced from the Official YouTube video

Yes, we got to build up the youth dem strong
Wooo, ooo ooh

We haffi build up the youth dem strong
And work for dem future today
We haffi build up the youth dem wise
So dem overcome all pain
We haffi build up the youth dem strong
And work for dem future today
We haffi build up the youth dem wise
(So dem? Overcome all pain!)For dem overcome all pain

Oh, the youths the are the leaders of tomorrow
Oh, the youths dem haffi wipe away all sorrow
For the youths will rize up yes
When they know where they belong
For the youths will rize up woohe
When they know what’s right from wrong

I could remember those days
When every yute get a chance to live good out deh yes
We haffi build dem everytime, jus another yute that could be your child
As easy as that, its a perilous time, the world keeps spinning to the cycle of life
As di new day Rize teach dem to get by, cause the tings of the past won't easily fly. Oh yeah rize oh young and brave see the future lies on you.
Educate yourself and ride the waves, who!! bloom you shall bear fruit.
See every Europe and African youth di fyah inna dem a nuh prove dem a prove
Dem nah nuh role model and dem cann find truth, now all guns pointing and dem aiming to shoot.

We haffi build up the youth dem strong
And work for dem future today
We haffi build up the youth dem wise
(So dem) overcome all pain
We haffi build up the youth dem strong
And work for dem future today
We haffi build up the youth dem wise
(So dem)overcome all pain

Oh, the youths they are the leaders of tomorrow
Oh, the youths dem haffi wipe away all sorrow
For the youths will rize up yes
When they know where they belong
For the youths will rize up
When they know what’s right from wrong (repeat)


This is my second Australian Reggae song review exclusively for Reggaesteem, where Reggae Culture is rewarded.

Check out my first review of "I Like It" by Zennith ft. Jesse Royal, for another taste of Aussie/Jamaican Reggae.

Hope you enjoyed the track,

John.


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Hi Bredda! Great review and I like that you throw some Aussi vibes in here!
For SEO purposes: At the end, you link to another review and that's f awesome. But do it like this: OUT OF MANY RIDDIM By Upsetta Records X Loud City instead of 'this link'.

Stay awesome


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Thanks mate, someone's gotta bring the Aussie to the party. :)

Noted, I'm learning lots about SEO stuff, your input is hugely helpful. I've edited the post, fixing the link up. Will that help or once the original post is made, is that it for SEO?

Cheers, for the feedback.


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Shit sorry mate, I havent used Steempeak with this account, yet. So I couldn't see the reaction notification. But yes this is perfect!! I will make a 3 to 4 series post about SEO for Steemit and Tribes. No, it is probably not ranked or crawled that quickly, so you should be fine!


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Hey John?
I going to propose that
Reggaesteem make you an AMBASSADOR.
Your ALL over the place
spreading the love.
The big boys need to follow your leadership,
which is only going to make this tribe grow. Thanks
Respect super-irie

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Man, that would be cool. I decided when I joined up here to jump in boots and all. I am loving learning about a new culture, and really going to try do my bit to build up the tribe big time.

Really appreciate your positive vibes man, and I'm keen if the bosses are on-board with it.


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This is a really uplifting tune, thanks for sharing. I really like the message. I will definitely be looking into her catalog. Lutan Fyah is a boss. Nice find dude.

How the beat switches up is wicked.


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It seems that some of these Aussie act's are really gaining some polish and stepping up a level by recording in Jamaica and collaborating.

Cheers mate.


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@jk6276.jahm, Without any doubt Younger Generation is Foundation of Future. If they are not pursuing right Knowledge and Understanding then future will going to rise with more Imbalance. Stay blessed.

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It's a nice message the song gets across.

Thanks for the comment.


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Welcome and that's true.

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Beautiful video I loved the natural environment
the message that conveys about the correct teachings that we must teach our children .. and every day knowing more reggae stars through the platform greetings..thanks for sharing


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I found it to be a pretty meaningful song. Glad you liked the video and thanks for commenting.


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Such happy lyrics and crazy dreads. Thanks for sharing


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Cheers mate, those dreads are eye-catching indeed.


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Nice message. I feel ya.
Respect

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Thanks mate for checking it out.

Respect.


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Hi @jk6276.jahm & @jk6276

I wasn't to ask how you set up your auto upvote, mine keep missing some important poat and it's not good for the community and business, can you show me how you set the curation trail?

Thanks.


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Hey @botefarm, firstly, I am using steemrewarding.com for the automated part of what I am doing here. Once you give it posting authority, it has lots of customization options. Then I create a new rule for each content creator I want to support, set the vote weight and timing, number of posts per day, my minimum VP and the tags to vote on. This is the important one and why I use steemrewarding over other services. For example, the vote for your posts from this account will only happen on posts you create with jahm or reggaesteem tags. This account won't vote on your sportstalk posts for example. This set up has lots of other options I don't usually change.

You can also set it to follow the manual votes from you main account. So, if your @botefarm account votes on a post, and you set it so @botefarm.jahm follows your vote only on jahm or reggaesteem posts, then it will. I haven't set that up for this account, but it is a good option to follow your manual votes from @botefarm.

I hope that all helps, not saying it is the right way for everyone, just something that works for me. I still double check most of the votes, and keep an eye out to make sure those set for automatic support continue to produce good content. Always prepared to change settings if I need to.

If you need any more help, you can hit me up on discord mate.

Cheers,

John.


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I'll surely hit you up on discord, mine is working but I don't know why it's missing some post, if you're getting very good on your curationn account, I'll rather follow the account you're following to save myself the stress

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Yo John
Going to say hello to via this side bar post you had earlier.
Thanks for upvotes on last two posts on my end.
Each time I post I have though that you are immersing yourself in these tales, such that perhaps some day you will take it upon to visit Negril, Jamaica.
Respect

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Hey @super-irie,

Yeah I am reading everything. Your posts are awesome and teaching me so much about Jamaican life. I've got to get better at commenting and getting more involved.

I'd love to visit, and bring my kids, but it would take 4 flights and 40 hours each way to get there... plus around $10,000 AUD to bring the family. Maybe in a couple years when STEEM is $10 each I will.

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