Jamaican singer Capleton is no pop star. Blessed by his conscience lyrics, potent rhythms, and rousing live shows, his fans refer to him simply as the prophet. At a time when so many Jamaican stars are chasing the U.S. dollar with songs that share the beats and bling-bling ethos of contemporary hip-hop, Capleton has had hits with his political commentary in "Jah Jah City," with his homage to the black woman in "Gimme the Woman" and "Good in Her Clothes," and his ode to Rastafarian roots,... More >>>