Voice of Jamaica

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Voice of Jamaica
Voice Of Jamaica.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedAugust 3, 1993 (original release)
June 11, 2002 (re-release)
GenreDancehall, reggae fusion
Length61:40
LabelMercury/PolyGram Records (original release)
518 013
Mercury/IDJMG/Universal Records (re-release)
586 779
ProducerDonovan Germain
Dave Kelly
Bobby "Digital" Dixon
Mikey Bennett
Steely & Clevie
Sly Dunbar
Busta Rhymes
Buju Banton chronology
Mr. Mention
(1993)
Voice of Jamaica
(1993)
'Til Shiloh
(1995)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic4.5/5 stars [1]

Voice of Jamaica is the third album by Jamaican dancehall reggae artist Buju Banton and was his international debut. In 2002, a remastered and expanded edition was released with additional tracks.

Track listing[edit]

Original[edit]

  1. "Searching"
  2. "Red Rose"
  3. "Commitment" (featuring Wayne Wonder)
  4. "Deportees (Things Change)"
  5. "No Respect"
  6. "If Loving Was a Crime" (featuring Brian & Tony Gold)
  7. "Good Body"
  8. "Wicked Act" (featuring Busta Rhymes)
  9. "Tribal War" (featuring Tony Rebel and Terry Ganzie)
  10. "A Little More Time" (featuring Beres Hammond)
  11. "Him Take Off"
  12. "Willy (Don't Be Silly)"
  13. "Gone a Lead"
  14. "Make My Day"
  15. "Operation Ardent"

Re-release[edit]

  1. "Searching"
  2. "Red Rose"
  3. "Commitment" (featuring Wayne Wonder)
  4. "Deportees (Things Change)"
  5. "No Respect"
  6. "If Loving Was a Crime" (featuring Brian & Tony Gold)
  7. "Good Body"
  8. "Wicked Act" (featuring Busta Rhymes)
  9. "Tribal War" (featuring Tony Rebel and Terry Ganzie)
  10. "A Little More Time" (featuring Beres Hammond)
  11. "Him Take Off"
  12. "Willy (Don't Be Silly)"
  13. "Gone a Lead"
  14. "Make My Day"
  15. "Operation Ardent"
  16. "Vigilante"
  17. "Deportees (Things Change)" [Tan So Back Haul Up mix]

Charts[edit]

Weekly charts[edit]

Chart (1993) Position
US Billboard 200[2] 159
US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums[3] 29
Chart (1994) Position
US Top Reggae Albums[4] 6


References[edit]

  1. ^ Greene, Jo-Ann. Voice of Jamaica at AllMusic
  2. ^ "Billboard 200 Albums – August 21, 1993". Billboard. Retrieved December 5, 2018.
  3. ^ "Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums – August 21, 1993". Billboard. Retrieved December 5, 2018.
  4. ^ "Top Reggae Albums – February 5, 1994". Billboard. Retrieved December 5, 2018.