Inna Heights (LP, Album, Ltd, RP, COL). Germain Records, VP Records. PHLP 32. Buju Banton. Inna Heights (LP, Album).
For his 1997 album Inna Heights, Buju Banton completely reinvented himself-not just as a storyteller but as a singer. In the years prior, Banton had slowly moved away from the controversial and highly explicit lyrics that had made him a teenage sensation.
Inna Heights (CD, Album). Jet Star Records, Germain Records. PHLP 2068, PHLP 32. Europe.
Buju Banton - Inna Heights. This is his fifth full length album and one of Buju Banton's best albums - a close and personal look at the artist's soul. The Inna Heights album marks the long awaited and eagerly anticipated return of a master in session. It’s certainly not easy to match or even outclass ‘Til Shiloh, however Buju Banton delivers an overall satisfying effort. The album – a close and personal look at Buju Banton’s soul – contains some wicked reggae riddims dominated by the heavy rolling bass line, trademark of the Penthouse production work. On ‘Til Shiloh Buju was stretching his style and he continues to do so on this one. Of course he’s still toasting, but it’s often done so melodically that it is easy.
By: Buju Banton (1997, Reggae). More albums from Buju Banton: Small Axe by Buju Banton. Stamina Daddy by Buju Banton. Mr. Mention by Buju Banton. Voice Of Jamaica by Buju Banton. Unchained Spirit by Buju Banton. Rasta Got Soul by Buju Banton. Friends For Life by Buju Banton. Too Bad by Buju Banton. View all albums . Inna Heights. By: Buju Banton (1997, Reggae). 1. Our Father In Zion.
This album has an average beat per minute of 104 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 72/147 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Inna Heights. BPM Profile Inna Heights. Album starts at 98BPM, ends at 145BPM (+47), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Buju Banton.