On January 24th Paul Patmore Production published What Never Happen In Years, an uplifting reggae tune performed by the man affectionately referred to as Jah messenger – Luciano. The song is on the Pick Myself Up Riddim, which only has one other number: the title track done by Jodian Pantry.
Luciano uses What Never Happen In Years to encourage listeners not to loose hope regardless how long they must endure; because, as he puts it: “what never happen in years Jah can make it happen in one day – He will wipe all your tears and cast your fears away.”
Some may argue that the previous line is only a cliché sung by many artists on their respective songs. The response to that argument is this: consider the source. In the early 90s Luciano was at the forefront of the Rasta renaissance movement in the dancehall industry and after Garnett Silk‘s death in late 1994, many looked to Luciano to continue consciousness in reggae music. He has done that. His track record over the years – literally and figuratively – is what authenticates his words on What Never Happen In Years.