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Mr Vegas for Trelawny Got Soul

Thursday, May 18, 2017

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Mr Vegas, who late last year announced his conversion to Christianity, is set to perform in Jamaica for the first time as a gospel artiste.Mr Vegas will grace the Trelawny Got Soul Gospel showcase stage, scheduled for the Trelawny Multi-purpose Stadium on Saturday.

The event also features a cookout.

Since his conversion to Christianity, the veteran dancehall star, who is known worldwide for anthems such as Bruck It Dung and Heads High, has released his debut 17-track gospel album, titled Soul Therapy.

Patrons at the Trelawny venue will no doubt be treated to songs from the album such as We Need You Now, I Come To You, As Long As I Live and You Are Welcome, which features Jason Edmond.

Lieutenant Stitchie, another former dancehall star, who for some time now has chosen to walk with Christ, will bring the curtains down on the show. He will be performing in Trelawny for the first time as an ambassador for the gospel music genre.

Reggae crooner George Nooks, who is known for gospel songs such as: Broken Vessel, God is Standing by, Ride out Your Storm, God Is Always There for Me, is also booked among stars featured to perform.

Others scheduled to perform include Lubert Levy, Kevin Heath, Sevan, Keesa Peart, Sherece Campbell and Morgie

Backing bands are Katalys Crew, New Destiny Ministry, Warskar Band and Levy's Heritage.

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