7 Covenant Sound

by Romario Thomas
(Jamaica St Catherine)


Seven Covenant Sound was launched on may 5 2004.

Seven covenant is a reggae music sound system playing all kind of music gospel, dancehall, hip hop, jazz and R&B for special events and functions.

April 2004,The sound first played in Nsambya Kampala, Uganda Africa on the river Nile bank by king Daniel; 1st song played was "black man redemption" by Bob Marley. The villagers gravitated to the reggae music which followed with many bookings which included universities, primary schools and many street functions.

The trumpet continue to sound and is now available for bookings in Miami, Florida and Jamaica.For bookings contact us at 18765249154 Email @ browncovenant@yahoo.com Facebook Sevencovenant sound system

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