Ibo Fyah pleased with performances in Canada
After a magnificent week and a half in Canada, reggae artiste Ibo Fyah is now back on the island.
He left for the mainland territory recently to make an appearance at the Montreal Jerk Food and the Jambridge Reggae festivals.
His first stop was Montreal, where he was superbly received. Ibo Fyah performed a terrific set and paid homage to Bob Marley by singing the song One Love as a part of his performance.
He also sang his hit singles Tears of Joy and Poverty, which got an excellent reception, especially from the female fans who sang along with him.
The next stop saw him at the Jambridge Reggae Festival in Cambridge. He performed for approximately 25 minutes as the crowd screamed for more.
The buzzing reggae act said he is very happy to have got the opportunity to showcase his talent in front of a new audience.
"It was a great experience for me. The love that I got was tremendous; I didn't even know I had so many fans in Canada," he said.
Ibo Fyah also used the opportunity to make a promotional run while he was in Canada.
Ibo Fyah will be doing a collaboration with popular Canadian artiste Fresh, from We the North Records. Fans can expect nothing but the best, which they have grown accustomed to hearing from this truly talented artiste.