Reggae singer Tarrus Riley on Tuesday evening hosted a listening session for his debut EP. B.L.E.M.
The event which took place at Janga's Sound Bar on Belmont Road, was attended by industry players, peers and fans.
Craigy T, formerly of T.O.K, Kemar Highcon, Zagga, Natel, Aisha Davis, as well as producers Shane Brown and Jordan of Chimney Records all showed their support to the man affectionately called 'Singy Singy'.
The session saw Riley performing songs from the EP backed by his live band Black Soil with legendary saxophonist Dean Fraser.
B.L.E.M, which means Blending Life's Experiences Musically, features six songs, including collaborations with newcomer Lila Ike, Ghanaian afropop, dancehall and reggae artiste Stoneboy and Nia V.
Tarrus also shared that he is currently working on two upcoming albums, one of which will be a collaborative effort.
B.L.E.M is available for on a number of streaming platforms including Apple music, Deezer, Spotify and Amazon.