Aza Lineage: “No Winners of War”

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The following visual is for the song "No Winners of War (Be Forgiving)" by Roots Reggae singer Aza Lineage.

The visual shows the artist walking and dancing through a plantation field singing "there are no winners of war." The anti-war song also empasizes the need for forgiveness and reconcilition and living in peace and harmony on our planet, as Lineage sings the "whole wide world want peace. Speaking for the Black, white and Chinese."

According to Dubophonic.com: "Aza Lineage was born to teenage parents in the harsh inner cities of Kingston, Jamaica in late 1980s. She grew up with her extended family with hergrandmother being the head of the household. Growing up Aza realized she could sing and would often do so for friends, schoolmates and family members. On searching she found Rastafari, the Energy she thanks for changing her thinking brought African Spirituality to her awareness and connected her to her roots, hoping to impact people in a positive way through her music.."

The Jamaica Observer newspaper also published this article on Aza Lineage.

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