Peter is referencing what had seemed like a lack of promotion from his Record Label for his album. He mentioned earlier in the interview that his music didn’t have that universal “let’s all have fun” element King of Pop Michael Jackson’s music had, or the sex appeal Prince’s music brought to the table. Instead, Peter’s music was controversial, and had a lot of his unpopular opinions interweaved into the lyrics. This of course to a business mind, made it highly unmarketable, and thus, though musically Peter Tosh was on par with his performing colleague Bob Marley — the message wouldn’t sell.
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