David Hinds Recognized by the Diaspora African Rastafari Congress

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“There’s no music that can unite the people like Reggae music,” – said David Hinds at the 1st Diaspora African Rastafari Congress (DARC) Awards held at the Golden Terrace Banquet Hall in Queens, New York.

Hinds received the HIM Liberation Award and the Lifetime Achievement Award for his legendary contribution to reggae music and the Rastafari community worldwide.

Also present at the celebration were His Imperial Highness, Prince Ermias Sahle Selassie, grandson of His Imperial Majesty Emperor Haile Selassie I, Monty Howell, the grandson of Leonard Percival Howell, considered the “First Rastaman,” and Dr. Asantewaa Oppong Wadie.

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5 thoughts on “David Hinds Recognized by the Diaspora African Rastafari Congress”

  1. Congrats, Dread! Your contributions to reggae and conscious music are unmatched. The honor is well-deserved and the news gave a nice boost to my spirit this morning! Blessings and love!

  2. Congratulations, David. This is indeed a wonderful achievement. Keep on keeping on and keep Reggae music growing from strength to strength, uniting the world. Nuff Raspect to you, Rasta.

    Bless
    PS: Dress code in effect … love it!! :)

  3. Congratulations and respect due D. Dread. Blessed are the Peace Makers. You are truly blessed. Your music has served to strengthen, enlighten and brighten. “Steel Pulse Rocks”

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