Dann-I heads to B'dos reggae fest

Dann-I heads to B'dos reggae fest

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

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Reggae singer Dann-I will make his debut performance outside Jamaican shores when he performs at Reggae on the Hill in Barbados on April 29. The event takes place at the Farley Hill National Park.

He said he plans to use the opportunity to spread his brand of positive messages.

“It is an exceptional feeling and I'm truly honoured to be representing Jamaica and reggae music amongst the great reggae icons slated to be in the line-up for Reggae on the Hill in Barbados,” he told Jamaica Observer.

“For now, the plan is to execute a remarkable and unforgettable performance, and to also capitalise on networking with persons and to develop a larger fan base in Barbados,” he continued.

Dann-I explained what fans can expect.

“Being that this will be my first appearance in Barbados, the plan is to deliver a high, energetic and vibrant set, interacting with the audience and getting them involved. I want to use the opportunity to make a memorable impact,” he said.

Other acts billed for Reggae on the Hill include roots singer Everton Blender, Queen Ifrica, Jah Cure, Tarrus Riley, Maxi Priest, and Anthony B.

Having recently signed a deal with Donsome Booking Agency in New York, Dann-I is currently promoting the song When She High produced by Sons of Spoon Music.

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