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Trinidad does 'return to consciousness' with reggae music | Entertainment

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Reggae royalty will rule Queen’s Park Savannah in Trinidad & Tobago (T&T) in November, with four heavyweights of the genre raining a lightning bolt of awareness on the grounds during an event called “Kings of the Earth” .

Rastafarian messengers Coco Tea, Sizzla, Cappleton and Anthony B. have been specially selected for this musical mission, along with Trinidadian producer, promoter and Grammy-nominated songwriter Vichal ‘Kidd. ‘ Singh and his team chose to market using the theme ‘Return’. to consciousness. This is the first edition of this annual concert concept, and the team is “a reminder to everyone that in this age of social media and rapid access to information of all kinds, we must always be conscious of reality.” It is what makes it possible,” he said.

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Singh said the assembled cast has “a wealth of positive content” and since the pandemic, “everybody’s favorite and never disappoints reggae fans around the world.” He added that he did not play.

When asked about what exactly triggered this need to regain consciousness, Singh said, “That day when the music of Sizzla, Cappleton and Anthony B lowered crime rates across the diaspora…all young people grew their hair out.” , when you want to live a more conscious lifestyle.

He continued: These particular artists, among many others, have had a major impact on Trinidad and Tobago.It’s no exaggeration to say that most of these artists consider T&T their second home. . In that sense, I think balance is important. I’m not blaming or blaming anyone for expressing themselves through art, but the media needs to give consciousness a fair play and balance. This is our way of creating that balance through Kings of the Earth. “

For Singh, gathering this all-star cast of “awareness” wasn’t difficult, largely because of the relationships this Caribbean citizen has built and maintained through irreplaceable partnerships. Having worked with Sizzla for over 18 years as both an and producer, he has earned the respect and professional rapport with each of the cast’s artists over the decades.

“It literally took hours to get all four reggae icons signed. there was,” Singh explained.

All artists work hard to promote themselves by displaying advertisements on social media platforms. One of them is his endorsement of Kings of the Earth by DJ Khaled.

Singh and his team are no strangers to the concert game, collectively responsible for events such as the Monster Energy Summer Jam. I remember; LIV, the cancer society benefit concert. Hennessy Artistry; TOTR and International Soca Monarch; The world’s first staging, lighting, sound, art, music, self-expression and positive content all promise an unparalleled comprehensive experience.

“The Caribbean flavors we share across the islands in terms of food, drink, patois and dance, just to name a few, are unique to the world and many more similar but different cultures. Partnerships need to be marketed globally.Traveler and media reinvestment and development can be achieved to improve the lives of all involved,” Singh stressed.


Promoters expect thousands of patrons from across Trinidad & Tobago to gather at Port of Spain’s largest open recreation space, Queen’s Park Savannah, on Saturday, November 26th. Around the island there is a lot of entertainment every day.

Singh was happy to share that a portion of the concert’s proceeds will go to a help hotline. Help hotlines are primarily focused on conflict resolution, anger management, adult literacy, or other issues plaguing the young male and female citizens of the Twin Islands. state. The hotline is staffed by trained and experienced psychologists and guidance professionals, and the consortium is currently in the process of identifying lifelong corporate partners in the private and public sectors.