Entertainment of 2014-08-13

Blakk Rasta, Coco Tea & others rock Canada festival

Blakk Rasta has chromed another success story being the first African act booked for the Jambana Festival.

He raised the bar and proved to many other Ghanaian acts that he is indeed a marketable music brand on the international stage at the event where he shared stage with legendary Reggae singer, Coco Tea, Mighty Sparrow and several notable acts at the Markham Fair Gounds at the Jambana Festival in Canada.

Blakk Rasta touched a raw nerve when he performed his mysterious hit song 'Zantan Bua', the goat dance. He told the history of the song and jumped into action.

The crowd screamed, danced and rocked. The Salaga Souljah knew when to come off the stage after the alloted 35-minute set.

Nevertheless, he was called back when the crowd screamed for more. He came back for an encore and continued with the goat dance before making way for Cocoa Tea to finish the slaughter with hits like 'Rikers Island', 'Barack Obama' and others.

Blakk Rasta went down in history as the first Ghanaian superstar artiste in recent times to land an encore on a huge international stage and, Canadian newspapers attested to this by the several rave reviews the Ghanaian Moonsplash reggae legend had.

Source: nydjlive.com
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