California-based reggae artiste Keznamdi, who recently returned to the island after a two-month United States West Coast tour, will play live in Kingston this Friday at a special concert.
Keznamdi Live, which will take place at Levels, 6B Skyline Drive, will kick off at 9 p.m. and will see Keznamdi performing popular songs like Weekend, Darkness and Grade.
Keznamdi will also debut new and unreleased material. A special part of the concert will feature appearances from 'Reggae Revival' heavyweights Chronixx, Kabaka Pyramid, Jesse Royal along with his sister Kelissa, Dre Island and Zagga.
"If you want to experience live music that is fresh that will uplift you, excite you, and move your soul, then you need to come out and join me and my friends for a wicked performance," said Keznamdi.
Keznamdi, who is son to international vintage reggae singers Chakula and Goldie Locks and brother to television host Kamila McDonald, debuted his Bridging the Gap EP earlier this year to rave reviews. The tracks peaked at number four on the iTunes Reggae Album Charts and number 10 on the Billboard Reggae Charts.
On the heels of his successful EP, he got his Reggae Sumfest debut in July, performing on international nights one and two with Jah Cure and Chronixx, respectively.
Keznamdi is gearing up to shoot the music video for his single Grade later this month before heading back to California and Hawaii for performances.