'Truth', the 2014 debut album by Seekaman, a Belgian-Ghanaian afro-reggae band from Ghent, didn't reach us, but the band has not been idle and is now presenting this sequel. 'Where Is The Justice?' was recorded at Majestic Studio in Hever and mixed by Sen-C P, not bad credentials to start with. The title track of the album is autobiographical in nature, as a while ago front man Abaa Poliwa aka Stick of Moses was attacked by his ex-wife and her lover. Even though he only narrowly survived the incident, Stick was arrested for assault, but is sticking to legal self-defense himself. The inspiration for tracks like 'Someone's Wife' and 'Old Toy' should no doubt also be sought in that same incident. In opener 'Made To Be Rasta' Stick wonders what it means to be Rasta (conclusion: you're born Rasta), in the excellent 'I Am A Woman' he talks about respect for women and for 'Abotar' Seekaman goes afrobeat. On 'Where Is The Justice' cross Stick also doesn't hide his admiration for Bob Marley: 'Marley Series' is an almost twelve minute mega-mix of Marley-songs - 'War', 'Stir It Up', 'One Love', 'No Woman No Cry' and 'Redemption Song' - with some personal lyrics thrown in, and ending in a piece of rousing soukous, and for 'Nya Me' he used the riddim of Bob's 'Soul Rebel'. 'Where Is The Justice?' concludes with a nice dub of the title track. The ruling in Abaa's court case should follow soon, which will undoubtedly provide for an interesting holidays season for Seekaman. In the meantime feel free to show your support by purchasing a copy of 'Where Is The Justice?'.