Poetry in Motion - SOJA

Poetry in Motion


  • Genre: Reggae
  • Release Date: 2017-10-20
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

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Title Artist Time
Moving Stones SOJA 4:35
I Can't Stop Dreaming SOJA 4:16
Tried My Best SOJA 3:02
More SOJA 4:55
Fire in the Sky SOJA 3:42
Everything to Me SOJA 5:20
Life Support SOJA 5:06
Bad News SOJA 3:49
To Whom It May Concern SOJA 5:47
Sing to Me SOJA 3:14
I Found You SOJA 5:45


  • It’s better than ever

    By AKNJC
    Not sure why there are so many Debbie downers on here. Bands evolve and soja has created more depth and artistry with every album. Seems like messages may be to deep for some of the burn outs that don’t like it.
  • Poetry in Motion (Pre-order)

    By John.swanson
    This album is a little different than the prior albums, in a positive way. It definitely seems as if it is more mature with a lot of information coming at you.
  • Please go back to old Soja

    By G rated
    This album doesn't do it for me so far :( I hope the rest will be better
  • 🤔

    By Ratu802
    Cant vibe to it...I guess we’ll have to wait and see if the rest of the album is better.
  • Miss old Soja

    By DanEBoy
    I'm with the other reviewers. Miss their older stuff with a more reggae feel. Like last album this just feels like pop music. Oh well maybe they are selling more albums.
  • I Miss Soldiers of Jah Army!!!!!!!

    By El Robert PR
    I really wish you guys would go back to your roots and do some roots reggae. I Miss songs like non partial-non political , Did you ever , True Love , Rasta Courage. Let's just say songs like in Peace in a time of war and get wiser albums. I know that doing this commercial music can gain you more fans, fame and money but at least do 2 or 3 songs on each album in that style of roots reggae and you will not only please your new fans but will keep your original fans that took to where you are today. And another thing, nothing against you Jacob you are the lead singer but let bobby lee sing more on the albums, combination of both in songs was awesome. I'm still a fan don't get me wrong but on every new album I keep wishing to hear the original Soldiers Of Jah Army and keep getting disappointed. Blessings
  • I miss the "Soldiers of Jah Army" Days.....

    By RAS GEE
    Since the name change to SOJA they've started making soft pop music.. really sad... used to make real reggae music. I don't even consider them a reggae band anymore. Used to make uplifting inspirational, spiritual REGGAE music. I guess I'll keep listening to "Born in Babylon" and "Get Wiser"... hope they see this and make a change..