Strictly Facts: A Guide to Caribbean History and Culture

The Life and Legacy of the Steppin' Razor: Peter Tosh

October 13, 2021 Episode 20
Strictly Facts: A Guide to Caribbean History and Culture
The Life and Legacy of the Steppin' Razor: Peter Tosh
Show Notes

Rastafari reggae musician and activist Peter Tosh (1944-1987) was born Winston Hubert McIntosh in Westmoreland, Jamaica. Tosh quickly went on to found musical group The Wailers alongside Bob Marley and Bunny Wailer. After the group disbanded in 1974, Tosh continued to make music as a solo artist, with hits like "Legalize It" and "Equal Rights," as well as being an advocate for Black freedom in Jamaica and across the world. 

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