HEAR THIS: Third World “Yim Mas Gan”

Reggae Ambassadors Revisit an Amharic Classic

In the ancient Amharic language of Ethiopia “Igziabeher Yim Mas Gan” roughly translates to “Let H.I.M. Be Praised” (with the letters h-i-m denoting His Imperial Majesty Emperor Haile Selassie I, JAH Rastafari). The Abyssinians cut the original version of this mystical tune back in the 1972. Fast forward to 2015 and the legendary island fusion ensemble Third World aka the Reggae Ambassadors revisit this crucial roots classic with a track produced by Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley. And the beat goes on—itinually. Audio After The Jump…If you can’t be good, just be careful. Run that…

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3 Responses

  1. donna says:

    Mis’ Gaan’ Naam…Men’Gisht…Za’rey…onelove.

  2. Donna says:


  3. cuth mutsa says:

    nice article

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