Share to FacebookShare to TwitterShare to LinkedInShare to WhatsAppShare to MessengerShare to EmailShare to TelegramShare to MoreSix of reggae’s top crooners stamped their class Saturday to bring the curtains down on the two-night virtual concert, 'A Taste of Reggae Sumfest' in Jamaica.
Gyptian got the show off to a flying start before Sizzla Kalonji closed the event in a standout performance which reaffirmed why the latter remains a top-drawer. In between, there were stellar performances from Tarrus Riley, Freddie McGreggor, Maxi Priest and Koffee who all kept the online audience engaged for approximately two hours.
The virtual event was put together quickly to lift the spirits of Reggae Sumfest fans across the globe, after the cancellation of the annual event at the Catherine Hall Entertainment Complex because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Thousands watched the event on social media platforms Facebook, Instagram and YouTube, with many joining the fun in the comments section,while ‘blazing fire’ for their favourite artistes and songs.