Give Jah The Glory Pt 1

Haile Selassie inspired a faith movement beginning in the 1930s in Jamaica. The Rastafari movement was founded on a belief that pioneering Pan-Africanist, Marcus Garvey, had prophesied of the crowning of a ‘black king’ in Africa. The Ethiopian monarch became a symbol of Rastafarians, but Selassie himself was not enthused about that. And thus he stated: “Do not worship me, I am not God. I’m only a man. I worship Jesus Christ.” Here we present a spiritual reggae selection with modern roots songs from artists who glorify H.I.M. Haile Selassie I, Jah Rastafari, the King of Kings, Lord of Lords, Conquering Lion of Judah, in one way or another.


01. Freddie McGreGor – Give Jah The Glory
02. Luciano – Give Praise
03. I Kong – Guiding Light
04. Morgan Heritage feat. Chronixx – Child Of JAH
05. Judah Eskender Tafari – Rastafari Tell You
06. Xana Romeo – King Of Zion
07. Pressure Busspipe – Hail The King Of Kings
08. Midnite feat. Lutan Fyah – When JAH Arise
09. Micah Shemaiah – Jah Works
10. Asha D & Mark Cupidore – Jah Name Will Call Today
11. Big Youth & Isat – Believe In Jah
12. Green Lion Crew, Addis Pablo & Lavosti – Holding Onto Jah
13. Yami Bolo – Jah Life So Sweat
14. Norris Reid & The Sons Of Africa – Jah Jah
15. Robert Dallas – Jah Nah Sleep
16. Anthony Selassie – If It Wasn’t For Jah
17. Sylvan White – Give Jah Praise
18. Linval Thompson – Praise Jah Jah
19. Clive Matthews – Jah Live
20. Samory I – Call On Jah
21. Ras Mat I – How Long Jah
22. Black Am I – King Of Kings
23. Dre Island – Let Jah Love Shine Down
24. Sizzla feat. Alton Ellis – Give Jah Praise
25. Sugar Roy & Crystal Conrad – Never Give Up Jah
26. Asante Amen – Forever Loving JAH
27. Triston Palma – Chant Rastafari
28. Emeterians – Oh Far I
29. Ruff Cut Band – Adwa Dub