Banton, a four-time Grammy nominee who has collaborated with renowned Haitian singer Wyclef Jean and the punk band Rancid, is but first among equals in a genre deeply rooted in Jamaican culture, whose stars include celebrated musicians like Beenie Man, Capleton and Sizzla Kalonji. Their fear is well founded. Sections U. Gay and lesbian activists in Jamaica and throughout the Western world have spent years trying to slow the spread of murder music. No, do it. He committed suicide. The Stop Murder Music campaign is an international movement with activists on nearly every continent who urge sponsors to pull funding from offending artists, pressure venues not to book them, and organize boycotts and protests when they perform.
He soon went into hiding.
His mother, sister and nieces fled to the Canadian city as well, after they came under threat in Jamaica for supporting him. Julie Compton is a freelance journalist in Brooklyn, New York. Gay and lesbian activists in Jamaica and throughout the Western world have spent years trying to slow the spread of murder music.
Let the people see.