Singer Rapper,Jerry Afemata, or better known for his stage name, Jboog, rocked the stage last night with his head banging, feel god vibes at the South Pacific Party Capital Gold Club, Lamana.
The club was packed to capacity with all its reggae fans and the Pacific Islander on his oldest zone tour, certainly did not disappoint them at all.
Influenced largely by Reggae music, especially Bob Marley, the young artist has put his own spin to reggae music; blending in island music with the current pop music, reggae and rapping.
The ranges in vocals he reached were flawless and pure, the crowd went wild. It was as if a record was playing, it almost sounded too good to be true.
Excitement filled the place, when he played his two famous songs “let’s do it again” and “Sunshine Girl”. Disregarding the slow beats, and comforting tenderness those songs bring, the crowd jumped in excitement, hands were in the air and screaming was at its loudest when he started each song.
The enthusiasm and pleasure from their presence, and their love songs left the crowd asking for more. Jboog and his band had to come out one last time; they left the reggae fans with a cover song “could you be loved” by his own musical Idol Bob Marley.
The dynamic singer together with his rapping and beautiful lyrical writing has quickly gained popularity and his musical journey has taken off and pulled fans from all corners of the world, including PNG.