Gentleman (feat. Alborosie) – ‘Journey To Jah’

Gentleman feat - Alborosie Journey To Jah'

Gentleman has traveled to Jamaica regularly since he was 18 years old. His career began with the collaboration of the band Freundeskreis which produced the song “Tabula Rasa”. After beginning his career as a deejay, he based his style to the classic form of reggae. With songs like “Send a Prayer”, Gentleman expresses his deep belief in God. His album, Confidence, climbed to number 1 on the German album charts in 2004.

Gentleman was featured on the album True Love by Toots and the Maytals, which won the Grammy Award in 2004 for Best Reggae Album. In 2005, Gentleman performed with Mamadee with the song “Lass los” representing North Rhine-Westphalia in the Bundesvision Song Contest 2005, placing 15th with 10 points.

Gentleman (feat. Alborosie) – ‘Journey To Jah’ [Official Music Video]

Gentleman and Alborosie team up to perform Journey To Jah originally released 2014.

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