Barrington Levy Invades Montreal Reggae Festival Dj Norie Anything Goes


Reggae giant Barrington Levy brought the curtains down at the Montreal Reggae Festival with a crowd pleasing performance over the weekend.


He performed alongside other musical heavyweights to include Spragga Benz, Mavado, Elephant Man, Jahmeil, Romaine Virgo and Sanchez.

The venue accommodated over 10,000 patrons who were sent into a mass frenzy when the reggae superstar hit the stage and bellowed favorites such as "Murderer" and "21 Girls Salute."

"The crowd was anticipating my performance and when I hit the stage it was pure excitement. The set was so well received that the festival organizers even allowed me to go over time." Expressed Barrington Levy

Only a few weeks before this show Levy he provided top class entertainment at "A St. Mary Mi Come From." While he was on the island he also used the opportunity to give back to the community of Carty Hill Clarendon where he currently resides.

Barrington Levy and his business partner Daddy Biggs, C.E.O. of Platinum Camp Records donated much needed back to school supplies such as bags, notebooks, pens, pencils etc.

"It is important to help the less fortunate. I thank God that we are in a position to help. It is a good investment for the future because education is very important. Investing in Education is the key." Expressed Mr. Biggs

Levy looks forward to a few upcoming shows in Latin America and also a European tour in the final quarter of the year which commences in October in Chile.

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