Aima Moses to open for Tony Rebel & Queen Ifrica in Washington on February 9th, 2013

by DRW
(Jamaica)

Aima Moses

Aima Moses

Fast rising culture reggae artiste Aima Moses is set to open for veteran reggae artiste Tony Rebel in Washington this Saturday.


Moses who is currently promoting his new single Make it One Day (produced by Donsome Records), will perform as the opening act at Club Sur in Seattle.

Also performing on the bill is Queen Ifrica, the Fya Mumma.

Moses, who performed with the Highlight band at Club Nectar in Washington last week, is looking forward to this weekend’s performance.

‘Opening for Tony Rebel and Queen Ifrica is wonderful. This is the second time I will be doing a show with both of them. The first time was in my homeland of Dominica and I am really looking forward to this event’, Moses said in a release to the media.

The reggae artiste who is managed by Adrian Hanson’s Donsome Records, has been steadily building his profile in recent months. His songs have been warmly received and the feedback to his work has been nothing short of positive.

‘I just want to keep bringing good and positive reggae music with message and at the same time meet new people, gain new fans and spread the love’, said Moses.

His recent performance in Washington reportedly went down well with fans.

‘The people were so attentive and into the music and the best part were when I sang Lady You and I heard voices singing along with me. As an artiste this is one of the most beautiful things when you are performing’, he explained.

Aimas Moses will be in Jamaica next week to shoot the video for the Make it One Day single. The video will be directed by Dameon Gayle.

‘The response to the song has been very good and some people are even calling it their anthem. They can easily relate to the song’, Moses concluded.

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