Ras-I looks ahead to December shows

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November 27, 2015
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Reggae artiste Ras-I (Immanuel Kerr) is looking ahead to December, where he is expected to share stage with some of Jamaica's most experienced artistes.

Ras-I has already been confirmed for performances at major events. He will return to the Spades Live Lounge, Phoenix Ave, Kingston, on December 3, where he had a spirited, yet relaxing acoustic performance late October.

This followed two recent performances at Jaria's Jam Session at Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts, Kingston, and Open Ear Concert at the University of the West Indies, Mona, where the audience was amazed at the talent and musical knowledge of this young, upcoming artiste.

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Ras-I had the appreciative audience at this intimate setting in the palm of his hands, as he took them on a musical journey, which transcended the foundations of the Rastafarian faith as well as issues of love.

He drew from his ever expanding repertoire, which included originals such as Dread Inna Babylon, which was

recently released on International Reggae Day in July, as well as Feel Alright, which was his very first single, to name a few. He also did selections from veterans in the business such as Third World's Roots With Quality.

By the time the set was finished, it was a satisfied crowd of music lovers who were left looking forward to the next performance from the multifaceted artiste.

Following this performance, Ras-I was invited to perform at the John Holt Tribute on Saturday, October 31, 2015, at Emancipation Park, Kingston, where he performed Queen Of The Ghetto, a classic from John Holt.

Upcoming performances for Ras-I:

n December 3, 2015: Spades Live Lounge, Phoenix Ave, Kingston.

n December 6, 2015: Wickie Wackie Music Festival, Bull Bay, St Thomas

n December 27, 2015: Tarrus Riley and Friends Concert, Emancipation Park, Kingston.

n December 31, 2015: Sound Di Alarm Music Festival, Linstead, St Catherine.

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