Pressure To Headline The Barbados Reggae Festival, April 27th, 2008, Barbados
Culture reggae crooner Pressure Buss Pipe is preparing to headline at the Barbados “Reggae on the Hill” festival, on Sunday, April 27. Pressure joins a number of top international acts that will be bringing reggae to the masses at the Farley Hill National Park venue, including Sizzla, Capleton, Tanya Stephens, and Jah Cure.
With his new album in hand (Love & Affection; Don Corleon Records, 2007), Pressure remains consistent with making hit tunes for his core culture reggae fans, but also brings a sweet romantic flavor to the genre, with the international breakout track “Love and Affection,” which has taken the airwaves by storm and continues to garner regular radio play even a year since its release.
The USVI St. Thomas native now looks forward to a busy summer on the road, as he continues to spread his new sounds and promote the new album around the globe. Fans can look forward to upcoming tours of Europe and Japan in the next months. Click here for updated artist information, and to see where you can catch Pressure in action.
Alaine Headlines In Toronto On April 26th, 2008
New York – Billed as “The Heavenly Alaine,” songbird Alaine will be heading to Toronto,Canada this weekend for a special concert celebrating the hit makers of the past and present. Titled “Then & Now,” Alaine is the only female in the lineup that includes new chart-topper Demarco, and 90’s singing sensation Ghost.
Alaine has been busy promoting her new album, Sacrifice, released back in 2007 on the Don Corleon Records label. She next heads to Belize City on April 30th, then to Japan in late May for a mini-tour and to bring her new tunes to her enormous Japanese fanbase.
Alaine’s latest single “Sincerely” has been sitting on reggae charts for the past few weeks, and brings the same lover’s rock and crossover R&B flavors we’ve come to expect of the songstress.
Click here to sample the new sounds from Alaine, and to get updated tour information as she hits the road singing this spring.