has a deeper, more raspy voice than Yellowman, and isn't as fluid or as clever as U-Roy
. But his CD contains some eye-opening, sometimes quite controversial material, as well as several commendable tracks. "Gang War," "Honesty Best Policy" and "God Comes First" are more thought-provoking than normal dancehall, while "Stick To Your Man" and "Cost Of Living" are also compelling pieces. But "No Gay Man" is an ugly homophobic rant that reveals once more the depth of anti-gay feeling in Jamaican society. Several good-time numbers flesh out an above-average album.