Meanwhile, the ‘Ganja’ hitmaker is currently promoting his latest effort ‘Cherish Life’ a musical narrative spawning from a personal tragedy that saw the singer losing his brother, as well as close friend Kunte and more recently the near fatal encounter of famed sound system selector Nickomatic. The reason I decided to do this live concert is that most times I don’t ever get to perform all the songs fans want to hear due to time constraints on various shows. The single is also accompanied by a video, which can be viewed, via the ‘Rasta Party’ hit-maker official Vevo account. Back from his international sojourn Reggae crooner Bugle has shifted focus to the local entertainment scene. According to Bugle, “I have been in the business almost a decade and every year I have several hit songs which have amassed a respectable catalogue over that timeline. Hence I decided to have one show where I can get up close and personal with the fans and take them on a musical journey with the full gamut of my catalogue.”
The concert which gets on the way at 8 pm sharp will also feature ‘Alexx A Game’ and Spanish Town natives Rockaz Element, both being nurtured under the tutelage of Bugle. With admission set at $1000 Jamaican dollars, Bugle says he understands the current economic perils being faced with the reopening of schools and will be offering a discounted rate of J$600 to college students (UWI, Utech). Still promoting his sophomore album ‘Be Yourself’ the singer is going ‘full hundred’ with his latest campaign that is set to invade the popular hotspot 100, located on Hope Road this Wednesday, September 6 for a live concert dubbed ‘Bugle – 100 Live’. Additional musical support will be provided by Ruff Kut Band.