Sounds Of Reggae Tickets

Sounds of Reggae concerts have always provided the reggae music lovers with oodles of fun and excitement. These concerts bring forth an ensemble of highly acclaimed artists that present a variety of hit numbers. Can’t Help Falling in Love, Gimme Gimme, Red Red Wine, Wide World, Watching the World Go By, and Bad Man are to mention a few. A vast array of genres is what sets these concerts apart as they never fail to satisfy everyone’s thirst for good music. They are dancehall, reggae, reggae fusion, soca, roots, and many more. In the past many big names have graced the stage including Shaggy, Maxi Priest, Ali Campbell, Beres Hammond, Gaza Slim, Mr. Glamarus, Vybz Kartel, Zoddex, and Beenie Man. These artists are the best of the best from the music industry. To watch them live get your hands on Sounds of Reggae tickets.

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Ali Campbell, the former frontman of the group UB40, is known for his distinctive voice. The British singer’s popularity knows no boundaries and his Ivor Novello Award is a concrete proof of that. He has been entertaining his fans for the longest time and has sold more than 60 million records worldwide. He conquered the UK charts with his earlier hits like Kingston Town, Red Red Wine, One in Ten, and Can’t Help Falling in Love and continues to do so.  The singer has been on a touring blitz lately entertaining a fanatically wide fan base. He has also collaborated with artists like Smokey Robinson, Mick Hucknall, Sly & Robbie etc. There are many names associated with the Sounds of Reggae, Maxi Priest is one of them. He is known for his heightened international acclaim.  Hailing from Lewisham, London, the singer incorporates reggae, reggae fusion and lovers rock in his music.
Emerging in the music scene in 1980s, Maxi Priest has had his fair share of fame. Thus, giving a host of hits like Own this Club, Close to You, Some Guys have all the Luck, Wild World and Crazy Love. Priest has had a privilege of working with some of the most established artists including Shaggy, Roberta Flack, Apache Indian, Beres Hammond, Shabba Ranks, and Lee Ritenour. Intentions, Maxi Priest, Bonafide, Fe Real, and Man with the Fun are among the albums that landed on the UK charts.  Beenie Man is also among the reggae singers people have grown up listening to. Also referred to as The Doctor, and The Girls Dem Sugar, Beenie Man belongs to Kingston Jamaica. Reggae, dancehall, reggae fusion and raga-soca are the musical genres the singer infuses in his songs. The Grammy Award winner started his career in 1970s claiming international recognition in no time. He has fetched a number of international awards including a MOBO Award he won in 1998 for Best International Reggae Act. 
He accounts for an endless list of hits such as Who I Am, Matie, Feel It Boy, King of the Dancehall, Street Life etc. Beenie Man also happens to be an equally successful songwriter, DJ, and producer. The 1993’s DJ of the Year Award winner has collaborated with Lil Kim, YoungBlood Z, Janet Jackson, Robyn, Akon, Sean Paul, Don Omar and many other prominent artists. Vybz Kartel is another standout performer who has made his presence known with songs like Romping Shop, Dollar Sign, Bad Man, Descarada, Kill Dem, Street Pharmacist and New Millennium. Kartel started singing as a teenager and first appeared in 1993 with the song Love Fat Woman. But it was in early 2000s when he officially put himself on the map while performing in Jamaica. The singer has come up with several albums; Up 2 Di Time, More Up 2 Di Time, J.M.T, Most Wanted, The Teacher’s Back, Pon di Gaza 2.0 and Kingston Story being his 2011 release.
Vybz Kartel has worked with some prominent hip-hop and R&B musicians like Missy Elliot, Lil Wayne, Kardinal Official, Demarco, M.I.A, Busta Rhymes and Jay-Z. These top-notch singers provide just a glimpse of what the previous Sounds of Reggae events have been like. Get hold of cheap Sounds of Reggae tickets as they will give you an opportunity to find out what the upcoming event has in store for you.

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