Ujima Playlist – Kwanzaa

Ujima Playlist

We continue in the spirit of the African inspired celebration of Kwanzaa. Today we bring our third playlist to help honour the next principle of Kwanzaa. Ujima is the third principle of Kwanzaa. It translates as collective work and responsibility.  The principle of Ujima is to build and maintain our community together and make our brother’s and sister’s problems our problems and to solve them together.

Here we have put together some Reggae songs that carry that message of working together. The message of recognising our fellow people’s struggles and playing our part in helping them to overcome them,

Here is the list of the songs that are included on the Ujima Playlist.

LucianoI Can You Canbuy-button-amazon-Love-Reggae-Music
Capleton & ChronixxHelp The Weakbuy-button-amazon-Love-Reggae-Music
Lutan FyahFeel The Painbuy-button-amazon-Love-Reggae-Music
Buju BantonIt’s not an Easy Roadbuy-button-amazon-Love-Reggae-Music
Tanya StephensDo You Still Carebuy-button-amazon-Love-Reggae-Music
Damien Marley & NasMy Generationbuy-button-amazon-Love-Reggae-Music
Junior KellyPoor Crybuy-button-amazon-Love-Reggae-Music
King Ali BabaPoor and Have Notbuy-button-amazon-Love-Reggae-Music
Fantan MojahHungrybuy-button-amazon-Love-Reggae-Music
Stephen MarleyRock Stonebuy-button-amazon-Love-Reggae-Music
Jah MasonFeel My Painbuy-button-amazon-Love-Reggae-Music

If you can think of another Reggae song that we can add to the Ujima Playlist, please comment below.

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