Lushy Banton’s Addressing Social Issues In His Music


Lushy Banton’s not a freshmen in the professional recording and music industry. Through his dedication to music, the diligent artist has definitely left a stamp with cutting edge songs and lyrics. As a music artist as well as an entrepreneur in the business, don’t be surprised to see Lushy Banton in the biggest publications. Only highlight reel type of work can be expected moving forward.

The New Jersey reggae superstar is on the uprising and ascending quicker than a hot air balloon. He’s a veteran of live performances for over a decade and is a writer who likes to write about things that go on around him. “I own my own independent entertainment company. As an artist I’m in the music business to make a change for the better,” Lushy explains. Under his label What It’s Not Ent he released the 2008 song titled “Obama” that was nominated for an award. The following year he won an international reggae award and a world music award.

Lushy’s song “Undocumented/Message” touches on the hot button issue of immigration and was featured on channel 12 in Connecticut. He’s 2016 goal is to win an independent music award for his “Black Lives Matter” single. “I’m competing in the social action category,” he reveals.

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