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Local musicians to perform alongside Busy Signal

Dancehall singers, Tutu Baibe, Mc Getho, Alijoma, Macco Bwoy and other South Sudanese artists based in Kenya are set to perform alongside Jamaican Singer, Busy Signal.

The Free Up Reggae Peace concert is scheduled for 29thJuly, 2017 at  Kenyatta International Conference Centre-K.I.C.C grounds.

Kenyan musicians; Vivian, Mr. Seed, R5, JFAM, and Big Deal Sounds are among those confirmed as the curten raisers for the opening act of the live Band event.

Tutu Baibe is the only female South Sudanese singer selected to perform alongside international singer, Busy Signal

In an interview with Juba Monitor, Tutu Baibe said she feels honored to perform alongside the Jamaican singer. “I feel honored as I will share the same stage with Busy Signal.”

“This shows that our music is crossing borders and people appreciate our music, so I hope to learn a lot from this peace concert and to all my fans in Kenya, your girl will not disappoint  you,” Tutu Baibe said.

Macco Bwoy who has been doing  music in Kenya since the start of his music career, said his talent is yielding fruit. “I have been watching Busy Signal on TVs and all over the internet, I can’t wait for the day to come as we will use the same mic and hope to  hook up for future deals with him,” Macco said.

The “Breeke” star singer Alijoma assured his fans of massive performances and he called upon his fans to come dance to the “Breeke” tune again.

“All my “breeke” lovers should expect to dance and wiggle like there is no tomorrow as their stars are set to perform along the stars,” Alijoma said.

Kenya is famously known for hold Reggae Peace Concerts as of last year, Morgan Heritage Band performed in August to their Kenyan fans.

This event will mark the first time for the South Sudanese musicians to share a stage with Jamaican Icon, Busy Signal.

By Mandel Nelson Denis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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