Last week-end in Japan was the 20th Anniversary of Mighty Crown, the biggest Japanese Sound System that is also behind the latest Reggae shows staged for helping Japan cope with the after math of tsunami and heartquakes.
What made this celebration very special at Yokohama Reggae Festival was that this year Cocoa Tea and Shabba Ranks were both billed for the show. Shabba Ranks didn’t play in Japan for almost 20 years and they both didn’t share stage for almost 15 years or so… both acts were acclaimed from the pubblic. Cocoa Tea was joined by Shabba Ranks and they set the stage on fire combining some of their hits such as Pirates Anthem, Love Me, Which One She Loves holding together di stage for a good amount of time.
They didn ‘t share a stage in years and they were the biggest act and so much energy was in the air Shabba said there was energy enough to light up a big city .Cocoa Tea defined the moment as wonderful. Sure is Shabba Ranks and Cocoa Tea touched with their music different generations of fans in Japan with their timeless music and they both delivered incredible performances!Big Ups!
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