Music: Exodus By Bob Marley And The Wailers

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Exodus by Bob Marley and the Wailers Exodus is a CD released by Bob Marley and the Wailers in 1977. This was the first album written in London after Bob Marley and his wife Rita were almost murdered in Jamaica. This is one of my favorite albums because Bob Marley is extremely relaxing to listen to with his complex rhythms. His music incorporates collaborations of multiple types of music like reggae, blues, pop, soul, and more. “One Love” by Bob Marley debuted on this album and became one of his most well known songs. The lyrics from this song inspired me and many others. Time magazine named Exodus the best album of the 20th century. More than half of this album was charged with religious politics. It was filled with moral messages for not…show more content…
It features many guest appearances but the main artists on the album are Lil Wayne, Lloyd, Drake, Tyga, Nicki Minaj, Gudda Gudda, and Jae Millz. Majority of my favorite rappers are featured on this album. It is one of the biggest rap collaboration CDs of all time! The lead single “BedRock” by Young Money also happens to be one of my favorite songs. I absolutely love the word play and creativity all the artists use in this song. Metaphor after metaphor is used to paint a picture in your mind in every song. I listened to this CD over and over in the car when I was 16. The whole album is filled with great energy and a lot of…show more content…
The CD hit number one on Billboard charts almost immediately. This album reminds me of my childhood because I watched the movie over and over. All of the songs have a magical feeling to them. The orchestra in the background of the songs is absolutely beautiful. Some of the songs are just the orchestra and it's amazing that you can tell exactly what emotion is happening in the movie without seeing it. I love every track but my favorites are “Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo” by Walt Disney Records and “A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes” by Walt Disney Records which are both Disney

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