After thrilling audiences in sold out concerts in Jamaica and The Bahamas last month, Jamaica’s reggae sensation Buju Banton’s next stop in Trinidad and Tobago at the Queen’s Park Savannah in Port-of-Spain on April 2 in the “I Am Legend” concert.
It will be the Grammy Award winner’s third concert appearance since his freedom from a US prison on December 7th, 2018.
It’s been exactly 10 years since Buju performed in Trinidad- a place many Jamaican reggae artistes refer to as their second home.
Just added to the I Am Legend cast of intriguing reggae crooners, is young Jamaican female sensation, Koffee. Her music has been like a breath of fresh air on the reggae circuit in the past few months, many applauding her positive effect. She was first brought to the stage when acclaimed reggae heavyweight, Cocoa Tea introduced her at Rebel Salute- this after her first single, ‘Legend’, a tribute to Jamaican and international sprint icon, was released in 2017.
Koffee is small I stature, but the impact she has made on Jamaica and its reggae scene in a few months has been described as “mighty”.