Intimate Concert Jamaica should become an annual event, another night to remember

What a joy it was, starting the year like never before. An intimate night with two of Jamaica’s most prolific voices, uncle Beres Hammond and Buju Banton. That already would have been great, but the organization had more in store for the crowd on the grounds of Plantation Cove, St. Ann. As to be expected, Buju and Beres took a bunch of friends to the concert to make the evening even more special.

Before the night started with Buju and Beres the patrons could witness performances by Dyani, Mitch, Medisun and Nittie Kutchie, followed by stellar performances by L.U.S.T., Marcia Griffiths, Tarrus Riley, and his Blak Soil Band, accompanied by Tarrus’ son Makiem.

And If that wasn’t enough, Beres got joined on stage by Popcaan and Buju got a visit from his long-time friend Gramps Morgan to perform the 23rd Psalm. According to social media, this event should be an annual event from now on, plus this was a great showcase of how a good show should be kept. Big up to the FYVE Events & Talent Limited and A-Team Management.

Photos by Gail Zucker