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Born in Rae Town, Jamaica, on December 12, , Allan Hope first realized the power of the word when he was in his teens. Leaving school, the young man apprenticed as an electrician, and took a job at the Jamaican Telephone Company. Hope was already writing, however, and in he quit his job to pursue his craft full-time. He moved away from the hustle and bustle of Kingston out to the quiet of the Potosi hills, in the parish of Saint James. Not long after, one of his poems was accepted by Swing magazine and from that point on, they would regularly publish his work. In , Hope formed the band Truth, his first attempt to combine his words with music.

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Born in Rae Town, Jamaica, on December 12, , Allan Hope first realized the power of the word when he was in his teens. Leaving school, the young man apprenticed as an electrician, and took a job at the Jamaican Telephone Company. Hope was already writing, however, and in he quit his job to pursue his craft full-time. He moved away from the hustle and bustle of Kingston out to the quiet of the Potosi hills, in the parish of Saint James.

Not long after, one of his poems was accepted by Swing magazine and from that point on, they would regularly publish his work. In , Hope formed the band Truth, his first attempt to combine his words with music. By now, the poet had converted to Rastafarianism and taken the name Mutabaruka. Not a word, but a phrase, mutabaruka comes from the Rwandan language and translates as "one who is always victorious.

However, Mutabaruka was finding fans in the literary world after the publication of his collection, Outcry, in Two years later, Sun and Moon, a shared volume of poetry with Faybiene, arrived to much acclaim. In , Mutabaruka once again turned to the stage, and gave several live performances.

Joined by the nyabinghi-fueled group Light of Saba, the poet recorded a version of his poem "Outcry" the next year, and found himself with a Jamaican hit. Meanwhile, guitarist Earl "Chinna" Smith had launched his own High Times label as a home for deep roots music, and swiftly signed the poet. Over the next few years, he cut a clutch of singles for High Times, and received even further literary acclaim in with a new volume of poems, The Book: First Poems.

That same year, Mutabaruka had a hit with the single "Everytime a Ear De Soun," while his fiery debut at Reggae Sunsplash was captured for posterity for a live album released in It was this performance that brought Mutabaruka to international attention, and guaranteed return appearance at the festival over the next two years.

The album was remastered and reissued by the RAS label in A dub accompaniment followed, remixed by Scientist , along with a second dub poetry set, Woman Talk: Caribbean Dub Poetry, this time exclusively featuring women dub and rapso poets. Mutabaruka also struck a distribution deal with the American RAS label, and cemented the partnership with the ferocious The Mystery Unfolds album in Self-produced and featuring a host of guest musicians and vocalists, including Marcia Griffiths and Ini Kamoze , Mystery was totally uncompromising.

Freedom was quite as radically revolutionary as Mystery, Mutabaruka was quickly establishing himself as both a literary and musical giant, both in Jamaica and abroad. His Reggae Sunsplash appearances in and were highly anticipated, and did not disappoint. And while Mutabaruka continued to produce or co-produce his albums, he also occasionally cut singles for other producers, including the hard-hitting "Great Kings of Africa" for Gussie Clarke , which paired him with Dennis Brown.

The Blakk Wi Blak Two years later, the poet scored a pair of Jamaican hits, both cut for the Exterminator label.

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“Eyes of Liberty” – Poem by Jamaican Rastafarian Poet Mutabaruka

This poem will not change things This poem need to be changed This poem is a rebirth of a peopl Arizin awaking understandin This poem speak is speakin have spoken This poem shall continue even when poets have stopped writin This poem shall survive you me it shall linger in history In your mind This poem is time only time will tell This poem is still not written This poem has no poet This poem is just a part of the story His-story her-story our-story the story still untold This poem is now ringin talkin irritatin Makin you want to stop it But this poem will not stop This poem is long cannot be short This poem cannot be tamed cannot be blamed The story is still not told about this poem This poem is old new This poem was copied from the bible your prayer book Playboy magazine the N. Times readers digest The C. Files the K. Files This poem is no secret This poem shall be called boring stupid senseless This poem is watchin you tryin to make sense from this poem This poem is messin up your brains Makin you want to stop listenin to this poem But you shall not stop listenin to this poem You need to know what will be said next in this poem This poem shall disappoint you Because This poem is to be continued in your mind in your mind In your mind your mind Share lyrics.

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Born in Rae Town, Jamaica, on December 12, , Allan Hope first realized the power of the word when he was in his teens. Leaving school, the young man apprenticed as an electrician, and took a job at the Jamaican Telephone Company. Hope was already writing, however, and in he quit his job to pursue his craft full-time. He moved away from the hustle and bustle of Kingston out to the quiet of the Potosi hills, in the parish of Saint James. Not long after, one of his poems was accepted by Swing magazine and from that point on, they would regularly publish his work.

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