Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Reggae party blazing on the Hill


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Though there are no literal flames, the thousands of reggae-loving fans have congregated at Farley Hill National Park and turned it into a blazing party zone as the Digicel 4G Reggae Festival culminates with the ever popular Reggae on The Hill.

Some of the acts who performed were Levi, Peach, Triple X, Phantom Done Deal and Guyanese artiste Natural Black, who wowed the ladies with an A cappella performance of A Whole New World and Anita Baker’s No One in the World.

But the most commanding performance thus far has come from Nesbeth as he received the loudest crowd response.

The Jamaican artiste paid tribute to his late wife who died in February before performing his most well-known song My Dream.

In between sets, deejays Tami and John Doe are keeping the crowds entertained.

Chronixx and Richie Spice are still to perform. (TG)


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