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January 7, 2014
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Alkaline for 'Live Mi Life' concert

Alkaline performing in Costa Rica.

Last year was a whirlwind year for rising dancehall star Alkaline.

The artiste has performed to large crowds in Jamaica and overseas, including a sold-out performance in Costa Rica. On Friday, January 31, his fans will be able to witness him live and in living colour at the concert called 'Live Mi Life'.

The event is set to take place at Di Entrance, 75 Constant Spring Road, in Kingston. Fans of Alkaline will be treated to a special performance riddled with the songs that have taken radio and the dancehall by storm.

Alkaline's fans were disappointed when they didn't see him perform at Sting 2013. However, this was due to a series of unfortunate incidents that caused the artiste to leave the Jamworld venue. A few days later, another unfortunate incident took place at the Stone Love anniversary event when his microphone was muted.

Fans who came out to see Alkaline perform showed their dissatisfaction with the actions of the promoters, who alleged that he used expletives during his performance. Alkaline was whisked back on stage to prevent any disturbance by patrons.

During his set at the Stone Love event, Alkaline turned up the heat with songs, including 1,2,3 and the chart-riding single Things Mi Love.

Anticipation of the January 31 live concert is already building. This will be Alkaline's first live-in-concert performance and he will be backed by the Ruff Kutt band. Disc jocks, including ZJ Wah Wah, ZJ Chrome, and others, will provide musical juggling.

The concert promises to be a treat from the artiste dubbed Dancehall's Miracle. Jamaica will get a chance to see Alkaline like it has have never seen him before.

Gates open at 8 p.m. and show time is 11 p.m.

Musically, Alkaline's video for Things Mi Love has hit one million views on YouTube. The artiste recently shot videos for the songs 1,2,3 and Live Mi Life. A video is also in the works for the new single, Move Mountains.

The artiste is preparing for his first tour of Canada and Europe. He has performance dates booked for the Easter period.

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