Sasco eyes new album

By Richard Johnson
Observer senior reporter

Tuesday, January 09, 2018

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Agent Sasco provided one of the memorable moments at Saturday's Shaggy and Friends concert.

The Winning Right Now deejay made a cameo appearance during the set by guest performer British rocker Sting.

During Message In a Bottle, the soft rock banger from Sting's days as part of the band The Police, called on “My Friend Agent Sasco”, who performed in his characteristic mode to the delight of the audience and engaged the thousands gathered in a call-and-response segment.

Speaking to the Jamaica Observer following the performance, Agent Sasco had nothing but commendation for Shaggy's lead in organising the event.

“To be on Shaggy and Friends is just great... an excellent show, great initiative, argument done. To support this cause in any way. that's why we are here. Big Up to Shaggy and the whole team and also to those who contributed, showed up and supported this initiative in any way. Love and respect to them all.”

The deejay also hinted that he is looking to follow up his single Winning Right Now and the successes it delivered in 2017 with an album set to drop in later this year.

“2017 was a really great year. We winning then and we are winning again. I am looking for a release before the summer, definitely. All the recordings are complete. I can tell you that Winning is definitely gonna be on this album. Winning Right Now just kinda inspired the overall mood of the album, so it's that kinda vibe. So if you liked Winning, then chances are you will like this album,” he noted.

This album will be a follow-up to his 2016 release Theory of Reggaetivity.

Agent Sasco follows his 2018 debut on Shaggy and Friends with a performance this weekend at Rebel Salute and Richmond Estate in St Ann this weekend.




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