Jamaican Rastamans

Jamaican Rastamans

June 29, 2018

28-year-old Czech photographer David Tesinsky (David Tesinsky) went to Jamaica to "find out if there are any real Rastafarians and try to find living reggae legends." According to David, it’s not easy to meet real rastamans on the streets, although every second dude with dreadlocks says: "I am a rasta." Nevertheless, he did manage to find the Rastamans, who still honor Haile Selassie as the incarnation of God on Earth (Jah), and communicate with legendary Jamaican musicians, such as Eek-A-Mouse, Junior Biles and Addis Pablo.


"The real Rastamans should not drink alcohol, smoke tobacco, eat meat or hunt for money. And it's not dreadlocks - your dreadlocks can reach your ass, but you can just be a poser trying to give me a red-yellow-green hat, which Bob Marley wore. A real Rastafarian may be without hair, but he really is a follower of Haile Selassie and believes in the relationship of the Universe with all of us, "concluded David.


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