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April 15, 2013
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Prince Levy delivers at South Beach Café

Prince Levy - Contributed

Upcoming singer Prince Levy delivered a splendid performance at South Beach Café, a great precursor to an epic performance by the legendary Grammy-winning group, Toots and the Maytals.

The show also featured upcoming acts like C-Sharpe and a number of other good talents.

The night got off to a slow start with a somewhat lacklustre performance by Dre and KJ as people were warming up for what was to come. Then Prince Levy hit the stage and the temperature spiked up several notches. The upcoming musical sensation, who began his set with his well-produced single Free Up, immediately got a response from the audience who cheered on his sweet vocals.

a new reggae sound

Prince Levy then segued neatly into Easy, a song that shows that Levy is on the verge of breaking through with a new reggae sound. However, it was the reggae gem, Take It Slow, a song carved in reggae oak, that certainly cemented the artiste in the hearts of the audience.

He closed his set with a soul song written by himself, accompanied by his producer, Jay Edge. His act ended in screams and applause, and the emcee for the night's events, the vibes master Richie B, gave Prince Levy a heartfelt commendation on his excellent performance.

Levy gave way to Leba, the daughter of legendary singer Toots, who gave a rock solid performance that showed she is one of the fierce young voices leading reggae into a new glorious age.

The man of the moment, Toots, gave a remarkable performance that rocked the venue to its foundation.

Clips can be seen on Hype TV and online on YouTube. Prince Levy can be contacted at prince_levy1987@hotmail.com.

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