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July 11, 2014
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Prince Theo delivers at Boston Jerk Festival

Prince Theo

Reggae singer Prince Theo was in fine form last Sunday when he performed at the Boston Jerk Festival which was held at the Boston Community Centre in Portland.

Performing in the early segment of the event, which also featured big acts such as Admiral Tibet, Fab 5, George Nooks and Hezron, Prince Theo delivered a very spirited performance that was well received.

Singing original songs from his growing repertoire such as Just To Be Alive, Missing You and Royal Queen, he won the audience who showed their appreciation with loud forwards. His rendition of Dennis Brown's timeless classic Should I, was also well received.

"This is my second time performing at the Boston Jerk Festival. the vibes was very good on both occasions. This time around it was even more special because the crowd was not very big but I was still able to move the people with my performance," he revealed.

Missing You is sitting at number five on the Jamaica Music Countdown Top 25 Reggae Singles chart.

Eager to build on its success, Prince Theo is getting ready to release two new singles Dem Nuh Know and Royal Queen. Both songs were produced by Michael Coburn and will be released on his Reggae Vibes Production label.

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