Kingston Reggae Night to feature children of Jamaican artistes

The children of several well-known local recording artistes will showcase their talents at the inaugural Kingston Reggae Night show, slated for the National Arena on August 5.
It is one of several nightly events scheduled at the Independence Festival Village at the National Stadium throughout the Emancipation/Independence period.
Among the young artistes slated to perform are: Meleku Collins, son of Sizzla Kalonji; Pashion Minott, daughter of the late Sugar Minott; Garnett Silk Jr, son of the similarly named late top flight singer; Tony Rebel's daughter, Davianah; and Imiru Tafari, son of Queen Ifrica.
The performances are to honour the legacy of their parents.
Additional performances will come from Michael 'Ibo' Cooper, Queen Ifrica, Chaka Demus, Bugle, Keznamdi and LUST, among others. 
The Jamaica 55 celebrations are being held under the theme: Celebrating Jamaicans Home and Abroad

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