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The reggae scene in Kenya is quickly growing and as a result of many artists from the Caribbean – Jah cure, Morgan Heritage, Tarrus Riley, most recent being Chris Martin – just to mention a few have performed in the country.

In the recent past, there have been speculations that renown reggae/lover’s rock band UB40 would take the stage in the country come February next year.

However, To the disappointment of many fans who had marked their calendars, the band dismissed the claims.
A fan sent a direct message to the band’s official Instagram account to confirm whether indeed they would perform in the country,
“Is it true you guys are coming to Kenya on February 1st??”

The reply to his question was “No sorry” followed by a link to their latest music.

This is heartbreaking to hear for reggae lovers countrywide but nevertheless , NOBODY CAN STOP REGGAE !!🇰🇪🇯🇲

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