Link & Chain, a Reggae group, released the official music video for a single titled, “Dirty Works”, which is a song that rings positive vibrations and is a universal cry to stop the injustice happening island-wide in Jamaica.
Throughout the music video, many problems were highlighted that are currently plaguing Jamaica’s society, such as the four men missing from the Denham Town community, the Donna-Lee Donaldson missing person’s case, the influx of crime in St. Thomas and the use of the Molly drug pill among many others.
The single speaks to loving and respecting each other, whilst having the strength to refuse immorality that societal pressure might bring. The song calls attention to the negativity that submitting to “dirty works”, which it says has caused people to become heartless. Despite this, the Reggae group encourages individuals to stay steadfast in the teachings of Rastafari and continue on the path of righteousness.
“No I will not do anything to hurt my brothers and I will not do anything to hurt my sisters. Dirty works, we don’t do the dirty works, devil’s works, we don’t do the devil’s works,” are some of the words in the song.
The official music video for “Dirty Works,” premiered on August 3, 2022, released by the Issachar Musik Label and distributed by Tuff Gong International.
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Watch the official music video for “Dirty Works” below: