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Junior Kelly in Rome

Junior Kelly in Rome

Junior Kelly in Rome

By on - Photos by Mauro Sindici - Comment

Intense and positive concert at Intifada on April 24th.

In an Italy that is passing through an unprecedented crisis, consumption and purchases fall from day to day and families are trying to resist dreaming and hoping for a better future. This Easter 2014 even chocolate eggs marked a significant drop in sales. Not for children and gourmands in general, which has not been denied a confectionery delight and surprise to find inside, even in times of crisis.

Junior Kelly in Rome

Lovers of Reggae in Rome had their Easter surprise same way, nothing like milk chocolate or dark chocolate, but Junior Kelly directly from Jamaica, accompanied by the Scandinavian band Roots Harmonics. Merit of the evening Pakkia Crew, a Roman collective founded in 2007, with the aim of disseminating and promoting their sound through all the Jamaican music Many are the projects realized and many the ones planned in Italy and Europe in the near future.

Junior Kelly presented himself on stage in jeans, Papa Smurf T-shirt and a wool hat to contain his dreads. Intifada was full of people, happy to participate in a full and exciting show. Intense and positive concert, full of his most famous tune like "Push a Fire", "Corruption" or the wonderful "Love so Nice", which completely burning the yard and around the audience at the end of the show. Thanks to Junior Kelly, excellent artist full of energy and compelling power, always with a smile on his face. And thanks to Pakkia Crew, which gave to the Eternal City another night to remember!


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