AbiYah Yisrael: “Protect Me”


The following visual was recently released for the song "Protect Me" by Reggae singer AbiYah Yisrael from the island of Dominica.

The Reggaeville website says the following about Yisrael:

"She grew up in Glasgow, a sub urban area in the south west of Dominica, in a home where strong Christian principles were enforced, taught and exemplified. While attending University she was introduced to the authentic conscious sound of organic roots rock Reggae where her love and understanding of Reggae grew. Influenced by the lifestyle of her significant other she soon took up an unfathomable interest in the Hebraic teachings of the Kodesh Scriptures and has made and is continuing to make drastic life changes. Now grown, she lives in the eastern rural parts of Dominica eating from the soil and drinking from the springs. She continues to plan her exit from Babylon and call others into light of the Kingdom which has become her paramount objective."

Read more about Yisrael on Reggaeville.

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