Brother Resistance
International, Reggae
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Caribbean Traditions, Soca

Brother Resistance is a musician from Trinidad and Tobago. Born Lutalo Masimba, Brother Resistance became the lead singer of the Network Riddim Band, a Trinidadian soca ensemble, in 1970. The name of Brother Resistance has long been associated with the artform called Rapso. It is an art form that many feel he invented. But Brother Resistance himself insists that Rapso can be traced back to the oral traditions of Africa, when the Griot was the historian, counselor and poet of the tribe. After the middle passage, on the sugar-cane plantation, the Griot's name was changed to Chantuelle.

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The Middle Passage CDS

The Middle Passage CDS

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