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Khausion's ready to impress

Wednesday, January 09, 2019

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Reggae singjay Khausion is hoping to make an impressive statement at the Red Rose for Gregory Valentine scheduled for the Liguanea Club in New Kingston on February 17.

The singjay, who received fair airplay last year with the single Wrong Turn, promises an entertaining set.

“Red Rose for Gregory will be a tremendous event and I will definitely show the people a new side of me. Let's just say that my performance will be dedicated to the ladies,” said Khausion.

Khausion will share stage with a number of acts, including American R&B singers Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle.

“I intend to maintain my momentum by hitting the streets hard with the promotional aspect of my career whereas the people need to hear more from Khausion di Ikon,” he said.

The singjay graced several stages last year. Among the shows he performed were Pagee Beach Fisherman's Regatta in St Mary, St Ann Jerk Festival, Black Stallion Traffic Light concert in Half-Way-Tree, and Jungle Fyah Live showcase in Portmore.

Among the new material he has released are No Medz (produced by Jahstone Productionz), Better Jamaica (produced by Aerodynamic), Love Man a Deal With (produced by Ownway Music Limited) and It's a Shame.


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