The 2nd annual Roxbury Rocks Music Festival took place on Saturday, July 18th in the courtyard of the RCC campus located in Roxbury, MA. For the 2nd year in a row, Roxbury Rocks brought attendees of all ages together for an afternoon of family fun, great food and free ice-cream. Did we mention free ice-cream? The Ben and Jerry’s Ice-cream truck was a popular attraction in addition to the face-painters and balloon artists on hand. A main attraction at the festival was the eclectic mixture of Jazz, Soul and Reggae sounds that filled the air of the courtyard.
By late afternoon it was time for the Reggae set. The Ghetto People Band opened up the Reggae segment with an instrumental selection before Truthful graced the stage and performed two of his original upbeat songs. KingiMusic (aka King-i) was up next performing an uplifting set which included several of his popular conscious Reggae songs. Before ending the set, Truthful joined him on stage; this time with his little girl in his arms, offering up a free-style selection to King-i’s song, “I Don’t Want To Leave” , a love song that King-i dedicated to his two little girls, bringing more smiles to the audience and a great close to the afternoon musical festival.
About King-i (#KingiMusic)
Discover a new voice in Reggae. King-i is one of today’s most promising emerging artists. His dynamic and versatile style as a updated cultural reggae artist reflects his early roots in Trinidad & Tobago as well as his influences of popular music that he listened to while growing up in an urban US neighborhood. Through his positive music he wisely and spiritually spreads his love for the people. Described as a powerful and soulful performer, King-I’s “powers” are seen in his engaging and highly energetic stage performance.
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