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Official Promotional Outfit for Buju Banton’s T&T Concert, Kicks Off Social Media Buzz.

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All eyes are looking toward the end of the year. The countdown to Buju Banton’s release has officially begun, this as promotional outfit, High Frequency Entertainment- the officially contracted promotional company, set to bring Buju Banton to Trinidad and Tobago next year, begins to make major moves online.

Persons are encouraged to follow @highfrequencyentertainment on both Instagram and Facebook.

Two social media platforms- Instagram and Facebook, have been created, both bearing the name, High Frequency Entertainment. CEO of the company, Glenroy Watson who, for the past nine years, has held his corner, waiting for the release of the man he considers a brother, told Ebuzztt that the time is approaching and all systems are being put in place to ensure that Trinidad and Tobago’s people receive a mammoth concert event, they’ll never forget. He, however, said the real focus at this time is celebrating Buju Banton’s release. “I am patiently awaiting Mark’s return. He has been missed,” said Watson.

Watson’s ‘I Am Legend’ concert brand, which, even prior to Buju’s final T&T performance in 2009,  saw the ‘Optimistic Soul’ artist at the helm of varying star-studded casts, will once again be brought to life, as Gargamel’s release is imminent. “Many people around the world have waited for this time. It’s an exciting time for the fans and we will make sure that Buju Banton- a living reggae and dancehall legend, is heard and truly experienced by the people in T&T, next year.”

The concert’s date and other specifics will be released via social media, Watson explained. He said, for now, fans and followers, should simply follow the social media pages on Instagram and Facebook, guaranteeing that they will not be disappointed.

Buju Banton has been incarcerated in the United States for the past nine years. He will be released in December.

 

 

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Youths Spiraling Out of Control in Trinidad and Tobago. RKG Stands Up.

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As the crime situation in Trinidad and Tobago continues to leave many on the twin island with a bitter taste in their mouths, another local artiste has stood up in protest, using his platform to draw attention to the problem. RKG’s new single, ‘Flatline’ comes on the heels of a recently released track by Gospel singer, Jaron Nurse, that deals with the same issue of crime.

Drug abuse and gang warfare are plaguing the country. RKG says he had been in studio, prepared to lay the vocals for another ladies anthem when something struck him. “I suddenly felt like I needed to contribute something positive,” he said in a chat with EBUZZTT. The song speaks about a young man who got caught up with guns and was murdered. The second verse speaks about a young woman who got caught up with a gangster. She also died. The track’s message deals with the inevitable consequences that face people who choose negative lifestyles.

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Beenie Man to Hit South Trinidad Stage Tonight.

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Beenie Man is a dancehall legend in these parts. The King of the Dancehall is in Trinidad for what’s expected to be quite a show when he hits the stage at the Brian Lara Stadium in Tarouba, South Trinidad later this evening.

Beenie, who recently fathered a baby girl with partner, Krystal Tomlinson, last performed in Trinidad and Tobago at Fully Loaded in May 2017. Months prior, he performed at Machel Monday to an eager crowd of Soca and dancehall music lovers. Beenie Man remains a dancehall heavyweight with timeless dancehall tracks like, “Sim Simma,” “Who Am I”, “Murderer”, “King of the Dancehall” and countless others.

Beenie Man with his new daughter.

For months, the Freedom concert has been advertised in T&T, many eager to be a part of the excitement. The cast of veteran hit makers like Super Cat, Sanchez, Cutty Ranks and Beenie, along with top notch DJs in Trinidad and Tobago, like Dr. Hyde and Howie Tee has enthused many who’ve been yearning for a taste of the Golden years, when, as many argue, music was good!

Gates open at 9pm this evening at the Brian Lara Stadium with the show set to end at 4am. For further info, visit Freedom The Concert on Instagram.

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