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Ffurious rocks Chicago stage

Friday, July 20, 2018

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Ffurious delivered two very exciting performances at the International Festival of Life in Chicago recently.

Booked to perform on the small stage on the first day of the event, Ffurious delivered a strong performance which impressed the promoters so much so that they invited him to perform on the main stage the following day.

“Performing at the International Festival of Life was a great experience. The people showed me a lot of love. I'm very grateful to promoters for giving me the opportunity to showcase my talent for the people of Chicago, and I'm looking forward to performing in Chicago again very soon,” said Ffurious.

He held the audience spellbound as he reeled off songs from his recently released My Time EP.

Romain Virgo and Boukman Eksperyans were also on the bill.

The week before, he performed alongside Capleton at the International Festival of Life at the Howard Theatre in Washington, DC.

“It was a good vibe performing with Capleton in Washington the fans showed me much love. It's always a good experience performing with the 'King' on the road. I've learned a lot from him over the years,” said Ffurious.

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