Lucky Dube

Lucky Dube, ⋆ 3 Aug 1964 in Eastern Transvaal, South Africa; ₫ 18 Oct 2007 in Rosettenville, Johannesburg Gauteng (murdered), was South Africa's top reggae artist. He started with local popular music as mbaqanga. He switched to reggae in 1983. He was by then Rastafarian. He played roots reggae, but also love songs like 'I've Got You Babe'. His compilation album Serious Reggae Business 1996 entitled him "Best Selling African Recording Artist" at World Music Awards and "International Artist of the Year" at the Ghana Music Awards. Read more on Last.fm
Respect
Respect
Shut Up
Political Games
Changing World
Shembe Is the Way
Monster
Celebrate Life
The One
Choose Your Friends
Never Leave You
Mask
Touch Your Dreams
Umadakeni
Iphulimende
Umgabomshay'umfazi
Umadakeni
Hamba Nganeyami
Uze Ungikhumbule
Ngiyakuthanda
Welcome Baba
Zibuswa Kuye
Amabhubesi
Asibavumele
Together as One
Together as One
Eyes of the Beholder
On My Own
Women
Truth in the World
Children in the Streets
Jah Save Us
Rastas
Together as One
Together as One
Eyes of the Beholder
On My Own
Woman
Truth in the World
Children in the Streets
Jah Save Us
Rastas
Taxman
Guns & Roses
Taxman
Is This the Way
Take It to Jah
Mirror, Mirror
We Love It
You've Got a Friend
Kiss No Frog
Well Fed Slave/Hungry Free Man
Good Things
Release Me
I Want to Know What Love Is
Trinity
Feel Irie
Trinity
Serious Reggae Business
My Brother, My Enemy
Rasta Man's Prayer
Puppet Master
Affirmative Action
Big Boys Don't Cry
Life in the Movies
God Bless the Women
You Got No Right
Victims
Different Colours / One People
Lovers in a Dangerous Time
Victims
My World
My Game
Keep On Knocking
Soldiers for Righteousness
You Know (Where to Find Me)
Johnny
Little Heroes
House of Exile
House of Exile
It's Not Easy
Hold On
Up With Hope (Down With Dope)
Reap What You Sow
Can't Blame You
Micky Mouse Freedom
Crazy World
Group Areas Act
Running, Falling
Slave
Slave
Let Jah Be Praised (Igzebier)
I've Got You Babe
How Will I Know
Rastaman
Back to My Roots
The Hand That Giveth
Think About the Children