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Reggae artiste ORieL announced his arrival on the international reggae stage with a powerful performance at the just-concluded Rebel Salute concert.

Dressed in white and black with a red, green,and yellow scarf around his neck, he entered the stage singing ''this my rebel music yuh have a voice and you should use it'', the opening lines from his song ''Sticks & Stones''. After an enthusiastic crowd response, he delivered a cover of a classic Bob Andy song, ''Too Experience'', then seguing neatly into ''Cruise'', his latest release from his upcoming EP ''Love SoulJah''.

ORieL then showed his musical ability with his guitar which he used to deliver ''Down Where I Live'' a thought-provoking song about the perils of living in the ghetto. He then closed his set with his breakthrough radio hit, 'Confidence'. The artiste has been growing from strength to strength since his debut EP ''Confidence'' was released by Afar Music Group in 2012. Since then, he has collaborated with Richie Stephens, Bugle, Ras Maisha and Raine Seville.

Last year, Oriel made major strides with the release of ORieL 's ''Rise Of The Revoluters',' a mixtape project that premiered on MTV.com along with the lead single and video ''Sticks & Stones''.

"Now I am ready to take my message to the world," Oriel said.
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