Moses, Pablo -& The Handcart's-
The legend Pablo Moses, recognizable like no other by his brassy tone of voice, has written many of his albums to Jamaican musical heritage. Pablo Moses is first and foremost a man of unwavering commitment and activism. A spokesperson for the Rasta movement, he has since its beginnings been rocked by the thought of black militant philosophers such as Steve Biko, Marcus Garvey and Stokely Carmichael, with a committed vision of the fate of black men in general and Jamaica in particular. Continuing to educate himself throughout his career, Pablo Moses speaks in his songs about the origins of Rastafarianism in Ethiopia and encourages the Rastafarian "Back to African Roots" movement in a positive message. Prolific and outstanding artist, he continued to train and experience throughout his career while staying connected to artists of the new generations and evolutions of reggae music.