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Stevie Face promises thrilling performance for UK fans

Friday, November 15, 2019

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Reggae singer Stevie Face is looking forward to his appearance in England, which is set for later today..

The Tell It Is singer is booked to perform on the Vibes FM Pearl Show and Dance at the Electric in Brixton, London alongside Luciano, Bitty McLean and Lukie D.

This will be his first appearance in the UK in six years, and Stevie Face plans to deliver an outstanding performance.

“It's always a pleasure to perform for my fans in the UK, it's been a while since the last time they've seen me, but I plan to make up for it. Come Friday night I'm going to pull out all the stops to deliver a thrilling performance for them,” said Stevie Face.

He also added, “I'm going to sing all my big songs for my fans including my latest hit, My Prayer. It's going to be a musical treat.”

The song that was produced by Stevie Face and Kemar “Flava” McGregor is currently making its way up a number of music charts, both locally and overseas.

He is also promoting two other singles, I Feel Blessed on the Streaming Hub LLC imprint and Winner on the Sting Ray Music label. Both songs were released in October.


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