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Bobi Wine to perform at conscious music festival in Jamaica

Bobi Wine performs on stage. PHOTO BY MICHEAL KAKUMIRIZI

After the door to stage a music show on Boxing Day at One Love Beach in Busabala, Wakiso District was closed by police, another door has opened for Mr Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine.
The musician cum politician has been invited to perform in Jamaica.

Bobi Wine, who is a Member of Parliament for Kyadondo East, is slated to perform at the Rebel Salute Festival on the 18 and 19 January 2019 at Grizzly’s Plantation Cove located in St Ann Parish, Jamaica.

Bobi Wine was invited to perform at the two-day Reggae, Ragga and Dancehall Festival.

A section of the crowd at a past edition of Rebel Salute,

The event, considered as one of the biggest music festivals in Jamaica, is organised by Jamaican Reggae and Dancehall singer, Tony Rebel and its focus is on Reggae roots and conscious music.

Bobi Wine made the announcement through a video he shared on social media.

The Rebel Salute organiser confirmed to the world and Bobi Wine fans about his performance in a video clip we came across.
“Uganda this is no propaganda. Bobi Wine in Jamaica on time in time for Rebel Salute,” Tony Rebel said in the video clip.

Bobi Wine will be sharing the stage with Reggae and Ragga legends like Capleton, Half Pint, Horace Andy, Dawn Penn, Luciano, Mykal Rose and Queen Ifrica among others.

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