NEW YORK, NY (RHONA FOX, INC.) – In the early 90’s, they were dubbed the ultimate duo and now Wayne Wonder and Buju Banton are teaming up again. This time it’s for a concert in Atlanta, Georgia on December 15th that’s being billed as “the reunion” show. It’s been years since the two have worked together; some would even say Wonder introduced Banton to the music industry. Wonder is credited for penning many of Banton’s early hits while both were under the Penthouse umbrella, including “Murderer” and “Deportee.” The two collaborated vocally for some spectacular dancehall staples and most-played hits still today, such as “Bonafide Love” and “What You Gonna Do.”The Atlanta gig is just another pit stop for Wonder, who has been relentless in promoting his new album FOREVA, which dropped in September on VP Records. The new year will see Wayne showering his sounds on ear buds across the country as he embarks on the official album tour, come January.Log on to waynewonder.com for updated artist news and tour details, to see where you can catch him in action.