Pablo Molina / Argentina


Check out Pablito’s homepage (also with a translate to English button)

Pablo or Pablito (little pablo) is an Argentinian artists that in the early 90s started the punk ragga group TTM (Todos Tus Muertos 0 all your dead). In 1996 he formed the first afro-argentinian reggae group – Lumumba together with Fidel Nadal and Amílcar Nadal. In 2001 he began a solo carrier and releases the album “Abed Nego, reggae classics en español” – See the last clip.

“Cantante afro-argentino, de reggae en español, comienza su carrera como percusionista, en el año 1993, en el grupo de rock alternativo de Argentina “Todos Tus Muertos”.

En 1996 forma el primer grupo afro-argentino de reggae llamado” Lumumba”, junto a Fidel Nadal y Amílcar Nadal, graban dos discos …

En 2001  comienza su carrera solista, grabando su primer disco:”Abed Nego, reggae classics en español Vol. 1″.
Sale de gira por el interior de Argentina, va a Chile, Perú, México, se va a vivir un año a Costa Rica en el 2002, pasa por Jamaica y graba una canción con el dj, Al Pancho. Graba otra canción con el grupo afro-tico “Trinity”, en Panamá graba una canción, junto a Kafu Banton y el Rookie para el grupo:” Raíces y Cultura”.”

Turn your lights down low in Spanish

Also on Spotify. Various Artists – Tributo a Bob Marley Vol. 2 (available in  Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Faroe Islands, Switzerland, Sweden, Spain, USA, France, Holland, Norway, United Kingdom and Finland) for free and a small sum goes to the artist every time you listen.

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About Rasta teacher

The two most important things in life are love and music. I would almost say that they are the same; love is life and life is music. Perfect love!
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2 Responses to Pablo Molina / Argentina

  1. offdadome says:

    loved his version of “turn you lights down low”

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