Bobi Wine Already Feeling The Jamaican Vibe Ahead Of Performance At ‘Rebel Salute’

As we talk now, musician-turned-politician Bobi Wine is very far away in the Caribbean country of Jamaica where he went to perform at the 2019 Rebel Salute Music Festival which he was invited to perform at a few months ago

Aboard Emirates Airlines, Bobi Wine left for Jamaica on Tuesday the 15th of January. He was welcomed by the festival organiser Reggae singer Tony Rebel at Norman Manley International Airport which is Jamaica’s main airport

Rebel Salute known for its focus on Reggae Roots and conscious music is set to take place from Friday the 18th to Saturday the 19th of January 2019 at Grizzly’s Plantation Cove located in ST Ann Parish Jamaica.

According to the photos of him he shared on hid social media platforms, Bobi seems to enjoying the Jamaican feeling. In one of the photo, he is seen wearing his red People Power beret while enjoying the sweetness of coconut

As he  gears up for his performance which will be on the festival’s last day Saturday the 19th of January, Bobi Wine is set to rub shoulders and share stage with Reggae and Ragga legends like King Yellow Man, Capleton, Half Pint, Horace Andy, Dawn Penn, Luciano, Mykal Rose and Queen Ifrica among many others

Bobi Wine (in a red beret) welcomed by the rebel salute organiser Tony Rebel (right) and his wife singer Queen Ifrica at Norman Manley International Airport, Jamaica

Bobi Wine enjoying the sweetness of Jamaican coconut

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