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Reggae music in Guyana is loved by every culture and will always have a positive impact in Guyanese life and worldwide.

Rastas, the writers and producers of this genre of music, are the real messengers of JAHOVAH and by law they are the Nazarites of time past, present and future, from which all of humanity will benefit (numbers 6).

The Guyana branch of the Twelve Tribes of Israel has been working yearly around the clock to ensure the education of young minds in the fulfillment of JAHOVAH’s master plan for mankind. Reggae music is the vehicle that carries this good news to the future generations of rastas. Rastas existed even before time began and the heart beat of reggae will remind them of their true spiritual substance (Oneness with JAH).

JAH GLORY started writing music from a very young age because it was singing music that made HIM happy, but HE had not the courage or inspiration until HE was molded in the care and school of the Twelve Tribes of Israel, Guyana. Today HE is proud to be a member of this fruitful organ and is known as Benjamin or 673, which indicates his tribe and his number. JAH GLORY has been performing stage shows for the Twelve Tribes of Israel since 2000 during their yearly celebrations. When he is not performing on his own he performs with his brethren in the group Glory Seeds.

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  • jahglory

    Jah Glory has just recorded "Hold Him Close". Look out for the release in the next few days.

    28 Nov 2011 Reply