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Rastafarian and reggae artist Lucky Philip Dube (August 3, 1964 – October 10, 2007) was from South Africa. Eradicated South African reggae singer sold millions of albums in his native country.

As a musician, Lucky Dube was one of the best in South Africa, if not the best ever.

Fans were left heartbroken and inconsolable after learning of his demise.

Reggae was bred into him; no one else can take his place.

When Lucky Dube was young and inexperienced, he was able to elicit a flurry of excitement from Crown before speaking a word.

Music without you Rastaman is like tea without sugar; music has no flavor without you. It was difficult for us to believe that you had left us.

Reggae was sinking the day you left us.

The fact that he provided an alternative interpretation of Reggae's persistent desire to romanticize Africa was innovative in and of itself.

Lucky Dube sang in Zulu, Afrikaans, and English for 25 years on 22 albums.

Due to Reggae and Dub's role as a forum for the expression of homelessness, this was especially true.

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