Reggae ambassador Duane Stephenson is back in Jamaica after a historic performance in the Asian country of Taiwan alongside The Wailers Band at the Rainbow Bay Festival in Yancheng District Kaohsiung.
Stephenson who traveled to Taiwan days after completing his month long tour of South America has been spreading the positive values of reggae all year round having toured the U.S from January to June and Europe with Tarrus Riley during the summer.
Now back for a short rest break Duane Stephenson will hit the road again in a few days making his first stop at the 16th staging of the Pan American Games in Guadalajara Mexico. The international multi sport event which is said to attract some 6000 athletes from over 42 nations will commence on October 14th and run up until October 30th.
In other news Duane Stephenson is gearing up to release a brand new music video for the single “Sufferer’s Heights” which is featured on his Black Gold album. The video comes on the heels of a successful promotional campaign for his “Better Tomorrow” song which is a charge to save humanity from self destruction