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Sanchez will release vintage gospel album in 2017

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Reggae legend Sanchez will be releasing a vintage gospel album in 2007.

 He said he was working on a new project and that it should be ready for release by July 2017. The name of that album is not yet decided, he said, but that it will be a vintage gospel album from him.

 

Sanchez recently gave a smashing, headline-stealing performance at the GT Taylor Xtravaganza show in St. Elizabeth. 

"I have not been performing in Jamaica for a while, so I had to do this show, thanks to fadda GT Taylor, and I wanted to use it to reconnect with my fan base and show the younger fans that I still have it," Sanchez said.

 

He connected with songs like Here I Am, I Can't Wait 'Til the Morning Come, You're Not Alone, and Lonely Won't Leave Me Alone to the delight of the fans.

 

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