Koffee to join Buju Banton on the Long Walk to Freedom Tour.

Koffee and Buju Banton
Koffee and Buju Banton

Koffee was called on stage by Coco Tee at the first leg of Buju Banton’s Long Walk to Freedom tour in Jamaica but when the tour gets to Trinidad this brilliant and talented young lady will be officially a part of the lineup.

High Frequency Entertainment had booked Koffee to join Buju Banton much to the delight of fans of dancehall and Reggae music. This addition will ensure that along with the thousands of mature adults who have already bought tickets to see the living legend, Buju Banton, the younger crows will also be coming out to enjoy some Koffee.

Not only does Koffee have a sweet and unique voice but her lyrical contents are reminiscing of the artistes in the Reggae Revival Movement such as Jah9, Kabaka Pyramid, Chronixx, Jesse Royal and Protégé.

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Other top performers in the lineup include Luciano, Wayne Wonder, Singing Melody and the group and LUST.

“We’ve gotten reports that hotels across the country are enjoying increased reservations for the Easter holiday weekend. Many foreigners are capitalizing on this event to make a vacation of it all. High Frequency Entertainment is pleased to be aiding in what will ultimately be a weekend of fun and increased holiday consumerism,” said Glenroy Watson- CEO of High Frequency Entertainment

“Safety a priority, we’re accommodating Linx and Credit Card payments so that patrons can avoid having large amounts of cash on them. It’s truly all about the overall experience. This isn’t just about one artiste; neither is it a one-time event. I Am Legend returns in 2020 and beyond, and for that reason, we’re pulling out the stops,” said Watson.

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Trinidad and Tobago will be the third leg of the Buju Banton Long Walk to Freedom tour. The Hills and Valleys singer has already performed in Jamaica and the Bahamas. After his Trinidad performance he will be heading to Barbados to perform the following week.

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