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Anthony B and Kabaka Pyramid in Rome

Anthony B and Kabaka Pyramid in Rome

Anthony B and Kabaka Pyramid in Rome

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Jamaican artists at CSA Intifada on April 30th.

A wounded lion can always come back stronger than before. This is what Anthony B shows finally coming back to Italy after some legal and healthy problems, both solved without consequences. Rome waited so much his new concert showing love to the artist, who repaid the audience with an unforgettable and burning performance. After the next week successful concert of Junior Kelly, Pakkia Crew gave another unmissable event at the Capital, showing a great professional growth and ambitious plans. Before the show of Anthony B, we have attended at the Kabaka Pyramid performance, a complete artist with a powerful voice and a personal and unique musical style. He will certainly have a rewarding future, with his involving tune like King Kabaka, Carry On or No Capitalist.

Mr. Anthony B made his entrance on stage with his Yaga Yaga! shout, jumping back and forth on the stage, making an amazing audience. His colorful clothing red, yellow and green, without forget the colors and the images of Mother Africa. The security worked a lot to restrain the enthusiasm of those who want to hug the artist climbing on the stage. Intifada literally exploded on the notes of Time To Have Fun, Police and World A Reggae Music, by now his personal hallmarks. Bobo Ashanti of Kingston showed once again to be one of the number one of reggae music scene. Like a wounded lion he has been able to get up and start to fight, stronger than before!


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