(2009) More Fire

Capleton

... read moreFrom the very beginning, Capleton issued in a new era of conscious dancehall with his caustic, status quo-challenging lyrics, stirring up flames of controversy with every bellow of his thunderous vocals. More Fire continues the assault on Babylon with a tight package of sizzling beats and...

01:05′:38″ 20 Songs

1
Fire Chant (Intro)
Capleton
1:43
2
Danger Zone
Capleton
4:21
3
The More Them Try
Capleton
3:44
4
Conscience Ah Heng Dem (Interlude)
Capleton
0:29
5
Who Dem?
Capleton
3:10
6
Good In Her Clothes
Capleton
3:41
7
More Prophet
Capleton
3:25
8
Hunt You
Capleton
3:54
9
Jah Jah City
Capleton
3:22
10
Prophet's Philosophy (Interlude)
Capleton
0:56
11
Critics
Capleton
3:36
12
Final Assasin
Capleton
3:56
13
Bun Dung Dreddie
Capleton
3:19
14
Hands Off
Capleton
3:28
15
Boost No War
Capleton
3:35
16
Stand Tall
Capleton
3:54
17
Pure Sodom
Capleton
4:01
18
Love Is Coming At You (Feat. Red Rose, Malvo & Terry Linen)
Capleton
3:42
19
Witness
Capleton
3:49
20
Glorify
Capleton
3:33
Released 16 March 2009, 2005 VP Music Group, Inc.

Review

From the very beginning, Capleton issued in a new era of conscious dancehall with his caustic, status quo-challenging lyrics, stirring up flames of controversy with every bellow of his thunderous vocals. More Fire continues the assault on Babylon with a tight package of sizzling beats and thought-provoking poetry. From the scorching riddims on "Danger Zone" to the wicked groove of "Who Dem?," this album guarantees non-stop dancing, as well as spiritual counsel, with tunes such as the anti-violence anthem "Jah Jah City" and "Good in Her Clothes," which offers praise for feminine modesty. On the opening track, "Fire Chant," Capleton explains, "Well, the fire is for purification and how can you fight fire?" If More Fire is any indication, listeners will have to admit defeat. ~ Rosalind Cummings-Yeates