Bugle excites at Shaggy & Friends


January 08, 2016

Reggae and dancehall artiste Bugle is on musical high following his recent performance at the Shaggy & Friends concert.

"It was a great experience, great people, great music and great ambience. But most importantly, it was for a great cause," Bugle said.

Born Roy Thompson, Bugle says giving back to charity is significant. He explained why he jumped at the opportunity to perform at the concert.

"As I've been saying in other interviews, the show is for a good cause, so I didn't pause. I was excited to do it and I don't know which artiste wouldn't be, based on the reason for this particular show," said Bugle.

During his 15-minute set, Bugle performed well-known hits, including Nuh Compatible, Anointed, What I'm Gonna Do (Exercise), Blame Life, and his latest single, Rasta Party.

"It's always good to give back to your community and to the society. I know what it's like to not have anything, so helping someone automatically becomes a part of me," Bugle shared.

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