Mr Vegas Sweeps New York Area This Weekend Dancehall Superstar Headlines Jamrock For Japan

With the music videos for his latest singles “Sweet Jamaica” and “Black & Proud” blazing their way across globe, currently sitting at #3 and #6 respectively on the MTV BASE Dancehall chart, Mr. Vegas is set to storm the New York Metro area this weekend with live performances in some of the regions hottest venues.

Achieving international crossover success with singles like “Heads High,” “Hot Gyal Today,” with Sean Paul, “Tek Weh Yuhself,” “Hot Wuk,” and “Must Come A Road,” Mr. Vegas will sweep the metro area to promote his latest bubblers “Black & Proud,” “Sweet Jamaica,” “Boy Shorts” with R&B singer Teairra Mari, and “Take Off” with pop singer Wynter Gordon.

After hitting the Hut Social Club in Newark on Thursday, April 14th, Mr. Vegas will appear at New York’s Club Rebel on Saturday, April 16th alongside Hot 97 FM disc jocks Funkmaster Flex, Bobby Trends, and Massive B.

A well-known humanitarian, Mr. Vegas joins forces with Jamrock Magazine to headline the Jamrock for Japan benefit concert on Monday, April 18th at SOBs in New York. Jamrock for Japan will raise much needed funds for disaster relief in the wake of the March 11th earthquake and tsunami that left 13,116 people dead,  151,000 homeless, and millions living under the threat of a nuclear catastrophe in Japan.