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Setting fire from the top, the performer examines the birthmarks of reggae with a modern twist on the title track. Delivering lyrical precision, Assassin brings humor and energy with "Mix Up," praises the Motherland in fine style with "Africa" and sends a message of perseverance on "Stronger."
Assassin, "Theory of Reggaetivity," (Sound Age Entertainment) One of Jamaica's most underrated yet diverse and creative lyricists, Assassin A.K.A. Agent Sasco releases his first studio album in almost a decade. In a transition from dancehall, the artist turns his multi-talented hand to releasing a completely reggae album called "Theory of Reggaetivity."