Stranjah Miller: “Warfare”


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The following visual for the song "Warfare" was released today by Stranjah Miller.

The premiere of this video is particular relevant given the current eruption of warfare after the Russian invasion of Ukraine--and the aggression also being shown by NATO and Western countries. The song also speaks to the warfare that happens in ghetto communities where Black people live.

The Reggaeville website says this of Stranjah Miller:

"Stranjah Miller born Desmond Anthony Miller on December 18, 1985 in the parish of Clarendon, Jamaica. He went to live in kingston after finishing school in Clarendon. At the age of 14 Stranjah was passionate about Reggae music, and always want to become and recording artist or been in love some musical field. At 23 Stranjah started out producing and composing Instrumentals for himself and young artiste in his community. Stranjah’s influences include some of his favourite artiste such as Capleton, Sizzla, Jah Mason, Anthony B & many various inspirational musicians."

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