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Iba Mahr is busy this Summer Featured

Entertainment News Written by  PHLEXX Friday, 06 July 2012 07:17 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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Jamaican music lovers are tuning into reggae's newest sensation, Iba Mahr. The Rastafarian firebrand has been putting out brilliantlly-produced reggae music with an armada of new singles, Burning, Great is H.I.M and the hit single Will I Wait which showed up on the recent VP 'Reggae Gold' series. His singles have been searing the nation's airwaves.  
Iba Mahr is in great demand for live performances throughout the summer with shows both locally and overseas. 
 
Though busy working on his debut album, the inspirational singer stresses the importance of performing for fans who continue to love the music they hear on all medium. “Regardless of the long hours we spend inside the studio, as artiste live appearances plays an integral part in our development not only just to entertain audiences but also help one to become more musical in such craft," Iba Mahr said.
 
Already, Iba has been confirmed to perform in US and throughout the Caribbean. Born Rollin’ Productions, who manages the artiste’s musical affairs, told the Star that they continue to dialogue with overseas promoters to have the singer appearing more and more on the international stages. Performing in Florida and Atlanta would seem as an ideal experience for the young sensation that saw it as an opportunity for learning.  
 
“I always stretch sincere thanks to the DUBTONIC KRU for the initial experience in States and look to another great experience in and out of the island throughout this summer.”
 
Iba Mahr’s weekend begins today Friday, giving support to Ras Penco’s Alumini, Bog Walk High School’s BBQ and Saturday he performs in hometown Linstead with music friends Sizzla, Warrior King, Turbulence, Singing Cologne, and many more at the Cheesefield Community Centre. A lineup of Konshens, Lady G, Laden, kiprich, TNez, Charley Blacks and Sophia Squire will include Iba Mahr,  the man wearing the berit in the musical feast this Sunday July 8th at the Little Ocho Seafood Festival, Alligator Pond, St. Elizabeth.
 
 
 
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