Buju Banton show was a monumental affair on Saturday night.
The Grammy-winning reggae singer is now getting ready to head to the Bahamas for another “Long Walk To Freedom” tour date later this month. It’s his first post-prison concert at the National Stadium in Kingston that everyone is still talking about. Buju Banton performed for a little over two hours, and we saw him brought out his past collaborators like Wayne Wonder and Beres Hammond who took us down memory lane with hits like “I Don’t Know Why” and “Falling In Love All Over Again.”
“It’s been a long time, and I just want to thank my brothers for being here with me,” Buju said.
The singer also invited artists like Marcia Griffiths and Gramps Morgan who all took turn to perform with the Gargamel. Buju performed hits like “Untold Stories,” “Wanna Be Loved,” “Driver A,” “Make My Day,” “On Bending Knees,” “Destiny,” “Not An Easy Road,” “Murderer,” “Champion,” “Hills and Valleys” and more.
Glad in all-white, Buju Banton commands the stage and grip the audience attention from the moment he took the microphone.