Sea B keeps the vibes going

Monday, April 22, 2019

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Reggae singer Sea B is pleased with the success of his first tour of the United States. The artiste introduced his music to reggae fans in the majors towns of Miami, and Boston, as well as the well-populated boroughs of Brooklyn and Bronx in New York.

The tour started on February 16 to March 18.

He is ecstatic with the reception to his music from reggae fans.

“The experience for me was a memorable one. I got the opportunity to truly connect with my fans and I must say the response was overwhelming. Just to perform for the people and see how much the music resonates with them creates a fulfilling vibe, a vibe than I can appreciate,” he told the Jamaica Observer.

On the tour, he did songs from his extensive catalogue, including Walk With You, Mount Zion and Vibe A Gwaan.

Sea B is capitalising on the buzz generated by recent musical exploits stateside with the promotion of his latest single, Vibe a Gwaan.

“The single is maintaining its place on local airwaves, and I am now doing recording sessions for the release of new music and a third studio album, which will be released later this year,” Sea B said.


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