Dancehall, Reggae Queens go to New York 


According to SKN Vibes, an all-star cast of seven of Jamaica’s female dancehall and reggae singers will be performing on May 24, 2014, at the Amazura stage in Jamaica, Queens, in New York. The evening has been dubbed “Invasion of the Queens” and it will feature Queen Ifrica [shown above], Etana, Spice, Sister Carol, Junie Ranks, Sister “Muma” Nancy, and Lady Ann. 

Veteran concert promoter Donald Wright says that “The event will deliver an entertaining blend of culture, laced with old school dancehall and today’s rocking hits.”

Queen Ifrica, Etana and Sister Carol the cultural crusaders are known for their biting social commentaries as they champion the cause of the voiceless through their many songs. Daddy Don’t Touch Me There, Roots, Wrong Address and Down In The Ghetto are testament to their musical messages.

[. . .] Providing music for the night will be the Invasion Band and Nature Force Sound while hosting duties will be handled by Reggae Top 10 and Video Alley’s Suzie Q.

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