Renegade Reggae: Press Release by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. The word “renegade” comes from medieval Latin, meaning to renounce one’s faith. It was historically used as a term to describe Christians who converted to Islam. Over time, the negative connotations have remained, with renegade meaning a treacherous person who has switched allegiances. But much like “anarchy”, this definition isn’t strictly accurate. A renegade is someone who moves away from convention and mainstream norms; defies the system and pushes agendas of hope for better. The term is perhaps highly appropriate for Roots music: artists who, despite what the system would have
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