Waterhouse Reggae Dynasty live Reggae singer Eric Smith

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Eric Smith was born in the parish of St.Andrew, Jamaica. Eric grew up with his mother, Lisa cox, in a working class community known as Pepine, near the island’s capital, Kingston. He credits his mother as well as his cousin and her husband, May and William Badroo, for many of his early moral teachings.
As a youth, Eric witnessed the social and economical inequalities associated with ghetto life in Kingston.
These are the experiences that fuel the powerful and civil minded commentaries which permeate Eric’s music. He looks to the teachings of Marcus Garvey, Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr., Gandhi and Nelson and Winnie Mandela for political inspiration.
Eric has chosen music as his medium to voice ghetto people’s life-long struggle for equal rights and justice. He sends a message of change to expose the decaying morality that is infecting and corrupting both the youth and contemporary society on a whole.
Eric gets his spiritual strength from the Almighty, Jah Rastafari, in whom he rests his unbending faith and conviction.
He formed his Band 'Eric Smith & Mighty Roots' in 2006 and keep woking in the 2013 with new tunes.

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