Stephen Dajure Ready For GT Taylor Christmas Extravaganza
Reggae artiste and activist for social injustice Stephen Dajure is ready to make his mark at the GT Taylor Christmas Extravaganza on December 25, 2017.
The artiste who is reeling in the success from his recently released album “I Am Not A Criminal” shares that hard work and time is the master for achieving great things.
“Whatever journey you set out on in life, you have to be prepared to work hard. I am thrilled that GT Taylor saw my hard work and decided to give me an opportunity to embark on this mission to share positivity and Jah message. I give thanks for my team who has been a strong support system, I will do my best to enlighten the people with the spirit Jah has invested in me through my music” Said Stephen Dajure.
The GT Taylor Christmas Extravaganza is known for bringing out some of the biggest Reggae/ Dancehall acts for over 15years and serves as a foundation event for good music and good performances.
The show which is set to take place at the Luana Sports Complex in Black River, St.Elizabeth will feature main acts such as: Sanchez, Sizzla, Beenie Man, Coco T, Admiral Tibet, Half Pint, Professor Nuts, D’Angel among others.
“It is a humbling feeling to be gracing the same stage as these Reggae icons. This experience will definitely prepare me for what is to come. A great man once quoted and told me, A hidden treasure has been found so Stephen brace yourself for greatness. With the help of Jah, my supporters, my team at Upfullness Management and MIA Production, major things will happen” He said.
Stephen Dajure is also encouraging fans to watch the official video for his single “I Am Not A Criminal” on his official VEVO, StephenDajureVEVO.
“The video is finally out and it has been getting good reviews from the massive thus far and I encourage those who have not seen it to watch it and heed to the message being taught. Too often we are judged based on our physical appearance, this video rises against all the odds” Said Stephen.
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