Sunday, April 14, 2024

Pulsating vibes on the Hill

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THEN THERE WAS SILENCE.

And for a brief moment, the pulsating vibes at Reggae On The Hill were placed on mute as the lone voice of Jamaican reggae artiste NesBeth paid tribute to his late wife Ann-Marie Elliott yesterday.

The singer of the popular song My Dream told the large crowd at the Digicel4G Reggae Festival at Farley Hill Park about their love story before singing an a cappella the number he sang at his wife’s funeral in March.

It was then that the fans allowed the singer to soak in the moment.

This year’s line-up on the hill included Chronixx, Richie Spice, Fantom Dundeal and Natural Black. (TG)

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