Jamaican reggae star Omar Riley aka Tarrus Riley, known for his sweet melodies reverbed on his reggae hits is ready to hit the 254 for the fourth time. His first performance was at the Carnivore back in 2012 and it was a good vibe. The next two trips were just a waste of time with Mickey mouse promoters failing to deliver.
The singer will be in the 254 for the Mashujaa day holiday weekend and he is slated to perform at the KICC groups supported by the Homeboyz group. The company is known to give proper shows and attract large civil crowds.
Tarrus is no stranger to hit both in Reggae and Dancehall real. His catalog spans way back from 2004 with his first album – Challenges. In 2009 his 3rd Album‘Contagious‘ which had hits like ‘Start A New‘, ‘Good Girl Gone Bad’ and Robin Thicke’s cover ‘Superman’ which were all chart-topping hits. His other albums include Mecoustic (2012), To the Limit (2013), and Love Situation (2014).
The MOBO nominated singer travels with his world-renowned band, The Black Soil band spearheaded by the legendary Jamaican Saxophonist Dean Fraser. They always give an excellent up-to-scratch performance when on stage and we would recommend you to catch them.
The cover charges for the concert are Ksh 1500 advance and Ksh4000 VIP and the prices will be different come the day of the event.
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