This highly anticipated event will feature some of Jamaica’s hottest and most talented entertainer who will bring their high energy and natural talents to the stage.
Agent Sasco, aka Assassin, is looking forward to showcasing his lyrical prowess and sharp wit known to keep his audience entertained and fully satisfied.
“I feel great to be involved, once again with this massive event, the Arthur Guinness Day Concert. This will be my second appearance on the show and I had a really good time when I gave my debut performance, a few years ago. I’m looking forward to being on the AGD stage again,” Agent Sasco said.
Agent Sasco is one of Jamaica’s most accomplished entertainers to have emerged in dancehall in the last decade. He started his career in 1999 and since then has spent many years of hard work and sacrifice honing his talent and building his reputation with a great level of integrity and professionalism. Known for his hard-hitting commentaries he has had several Number One hits including "Talk How Mi Feel" which topped the Jamaica Countdown Chart in June 2011. He has also collaborated on a number of projects including… with …and the song "I'm In It" with American Recording Artist Kanye West on his 6th solo album, Yeezus
In addition to performing hits from his rich catalogue of songs, the entertainer has promised to unveil some new material at the Arthur Guinness Day Concert and some exciting surprises in his performance that are bound to thrill patrons.
“I absolutely applaud Guinness for hosting the Arthur Guinness Day Concert. Guinness brand has been such an integral part of our dancehall culture. The list of songs which make reference to Guinness is expansive and spans all reggae genres,” he added.
Racquel Nevins Brand Manager Guinness has promised an amazing time for all and encourages Guinness lovers to get tickets early.
“There are over 80 places where consumers can purchase a 6 pack or a Guinness bucket deal to redeem one ticket to the concert. Each ticket is valued at J$2,000. Tickets go really fast so patrons are encouraged to get their tickets early,” she explained.