The Best of Buju Banton

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The Best of Buju Banton
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ReleasedJune 4, 2002
Genre Dancehall/Roots reggae
Label Hip-O/Universal Records
Buju Banton chronology
The Best of the Early Years: 1990–1995
(2001)
The Best of Buju Banton
(2002)
Friends for Life
(2003)
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The Best of Buju Banton is a compilation album by dancehall reggae artist Buju Banton, released in 2002 (see 2002 in music).

Track listing

  1. "Champion" [Remix] - 4:31
  2. "Deportees (Things Change)" - 3:55
  3. "Murderer" - 3:56
  4. "Destiny" - 3:59
  5. "Wanna Be Loved" - 4:06
  6. "Untold Stories" - 4:34
  7. "Heartbreak Lover" - 3:24
  8. "Good Body" - 3:53
  9. "Willy (Don't Be Silly)" - 4:55
  10. "Circumstances" - 4:06
  11. "Give I Strength" - 4:01
  1. https://www.allmusic.com/album/r592406

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