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Brother Resistance & the Network Riddim Band

Using the gutsy lead vocals of Brother Resistance (given birth to Lutalo Masimba) set to the poly-rhythms of hand drums and steel drums, Brother Resistance & the Network Riddim Band has taken a fresh excitement towards the music of Trinidad and Tobago. Their extended set of soca strikes includes “Band the Bell” and “NATURE.” A indigenous from the East Dry out River part of Slot au Spain, Brother Level of resistance worked some menial careers after graduating from senior high school. He stayed attracted to music, nevertheless, and assumed management from the Network Riddim Music group by 1970. Although he enrolled in the University from the Western Indies, and gained a bachelor’s level with honors in economics and background, he continuing to chant and compose his own tracks, switching to electrical music with the mid-’70s. Following discharge of their debut record, Busting Out, in 1981, Sibling Level of resistance & the Network Riddim Music group came back to Trinidad and Tobago on the request of Perfect Minister Dr. Eric Williams.

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