Linton Kwesi Johnson, aka LKJ, was the voice of a whole generation. The one that fought for the civil rights in UK in the 80s. The oppression he suffered in a hostile country, his Caribbean roots and the texts by Sartre, Césaire or Neruda drove him to develop a political character that influenced decisively his work, where dub music and activist spoken word meet.

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