Acclaimed and Successful Concert for Reggae Star Omari, Debuts "No Point To Prove"
Worldwide (MPR Consulting) - On Friday November 28th, Reggae star Omari Banks took the stage in Anguilla for an unprecedented performance to a sold out crowd and to the entire world via a television broadcast and live internet stream to officially premiere the video for his hit single "No Point To Prove".
Backed by the melodious riddims of his own "Eleven" band and the sweet sounds of his harmony singers, Omari Banks captivated his audience and quenched their musical thirst when the star gave reggae music lovers fifty minutes of musical bliss. Belting his hits "Move On", "I've Seen It All", "Prince of Darkness", "Jehovah Message" which featured his talented cousin Lateef Banks, "Runaround", Omari kept the audience engaged and rocking. He then proceeded with a touching tribute to his daughter with "Somaiya" and "Unafraid". Omari brought down the house when he ended his performance by bringing international reggae star Peetah Morgan of world renowned Morgan Heritage on stage to perform the lead single from his upcoming 2015 "Move On" Deluxe Edition Album, the hit single "No Point To Prove".
Concert goers ranging from political notables such as Candice Niles director of tourism of Anguilla, sports figures like renowned Cricket Coach Cardigan Connor, entertainers the likes of world renowned violinist Lee England JR, and fans alike were exhilarated, sang along and danced as the sweet sound of "No Point To Prove" resonated
across the sky. By all accounts a timeless classic song was born that night. Adding to the stellar evening, patrons were also treated to performances by St. kitts artist Infamous and Anguilla's own True Intentions.
Still reeling from the excitement, worldwide fans were then treated to the video premiere which has garnered over 3 thousand views in 24 hours on youtube. Directed by Kerro and Produced by BigBankomusic and Keynote records, "No Point To Prove" video was filmed in Jamaica in Kingston at very familiar locations like Sabina Park, Jamaican newspaper The Observer and Down town New Kingston, and features cameo appearances by Jamaican and West Indies crickets like Wavell Hinds, Carlton Baugh jr ,Tamar Lambert and Dave Bernaud JR, as well Reggae stars like Gramps Morgan and Dancehall/reggae Artiste Cecile.
"The No point to prove music video release party and concert was special. When music connects with the listener something special happens and a out pour of emotion is usually the result. I am truly happy to be producer and a Artiste on this unprecedented show, the oneness shown by persons involved and receptive applause by the audience captured the essence of what the event was truly meant to symbolize. Thanks to all person who worked infront and behind the scenes to make this event special one." stated Omari.
"No Point To Prove" is now available on all major digital platforms including itunes
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