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FUZED, FUZED, FUZED WAS THE BOMB, BOMB, BOMB @PushaYute @one876 @bounce876 @dimusichub Featured

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FUZED FUZED FUZED and yes, note that we said it three times, because it was off the chains to the power of three. Last month's edition was the 3rd series of the monthly show sponsored by Red Bull Music Academy and hosted by Push A Yute Promotions.

This edition seemed to be the steamiest or sexiest. For the first time on a stage they presented all Team Coalition members. VoiceMail, Torch, Chevaughn, Mackeehan... Well it's safe to say please go pick up Chevaughn's EP and the new VoiceMail album as if the show was anything to go by the women have a treat to receive. They were captivated yes every single woman that stood in the audience seemed to be in awe of the performance and songs.

Opening performance from Elijah a Swiss Reggae act that pleasantly surprised the patrons. His performance with guitar in hand was worth the listen.

We are aware of the talents of Voice Mail as the duo have been around for more than a decade but signs of maturity experience and just their pursuit of excellence was displayed in the performance. Torch Campbell aka Torch is a talent for now and the future, the fire burning Ras was soulful amongst the eclectic crowd. And if you never asked VoiceMail also created excellent back up vocals for their comrades. Mackeehan the new comer to the camp showed us why he is certainly a mainstay in the crew with the quality if songs he has written and performed. Chevaughn the multi talented musician.

Yes he was playing drums while performing and while his team members were performing. It's clear Chevaughn is the full package (musician, song writer, performer) and with that fusion on that night the promoters of FUZED would be proud to keep pulling off shows like these.

The crowd was intimate, a collective set of music enthusiast as keep from all over citizens of UK & America all in attendance, appreciating the lighter and more entertaining side of Jamaica. Again we look forward to the February edition which we hear hear super producer and song writer Jeremy Harding will be doing a lot more than talking and presenting but actually doing what was his 1st love djing. Looking forward to seeing you there.
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