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Tarrus Riley Supports Bobi Wine Through ‘People Power’ Campaign

Jamaican based Raggae musician Tarrus Riley, made a very successful show yesterday on Friday 31st of August alongside his band. His fans and the huge crowds that appeared yesterday were waiting to hear from him about the “Bobi Wine Issue”.

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However, Tarrus Riley is popularly recognized for his great freedom hit songs that are passionate to many people most especially in Jamaica. While on stage yesterday, he first phrased out “Free Bobi Wine” and “People Power”. This made revelers over hyped before performing his songs.

Tarrus Riley expressed solidality to Bobi Wine.

After-wards, Riley managed to perform most of his songs like Just the way, Don’t Come back, Gimme Likkle only to mention but a few. Many artistes including faded musicians like Micheal Rose, Madox Sematimba, ‘Zigidi’ singer and many more trending artistes like Vinka, Lydia Jazmine, Bebe Cool performed yesterday.

Therefore, all we can say is that the Swangz All Star Concert was the talk of the day.

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