Rising Rastafarian chanter Ras Goudie warns the youth to take heed

Rising Rastafarian chanter Ras Goudie, is making a name for himself on the entertainment scene.

Rastafarian chanter Ras Goudie (Photo: Facebook – Ras Goudie)

The chanter has been on the radar recently and has been releasing a series of singles that are turning heads. His latest effort, Naa Hear, is a call to the youth to stay wide of the negative influences and heed the advice of their parents and the more experienced.

Rastafarian chanter Ras Goudie (Photo: Facebook – Ras Goudie)

“This single is a warning to those who never hear their parents and will make wrong decisions. Girls don’t listen to their mothers and end up getting pregnant early, the youths don’t listen either and end up dead or in prison. All that could be avoided if the young people take good advice from their elders,” Ras Goudie said.

“My ambition is simply to continue making good music that the whole family can listen to and appreciate”

— Ras Goudie

The single has been gaining popularity and has been earning rotation on radio stations and in dances locally and abroad.

Rastafarian chanter Ras Goudie (Photo: Facebook – Ras Goudie)

“I have been in the music business for a while now but things are growing steadily and it is coming together. I am one who will not sell out my integrity just for money and bling. We have a duty as entertainers to inspire and lead the people through righteousness,” he said.

“Girls don’t listen to their mothers and end up getting pregnant early, the youths don’t listen either and end up dead or in prison”

— Ras Goudie

Ras Goudie is also featured on the Rootz Revealers single Rudeboy and has penned all his lyrics to the songs, Tidal, Freedom Gun Thing, Devil Soup and From You Gone.

“My ambition is simply to continue making good music that the whole family can listen to and appreciate and continue the works of the great pioneers of Reggae who laid the foundation for us to carry on the baton,” he said.