Tarrus Riley calls for peace

Illustrious Jamaican singer and songwriter Tarrus Riley delivers a powerful socio-conscious message renouncing the scourge of violence on his latest release Wildfire.

Teaming up with producer Don Corleone, Riley’s petition for peace hits a sincere note as he pleads to a higher power to protect his nation against the rising levels of violence. His chorus to “protect the people” comes on the heels of recent calls by several Jamaicans at home and across the Diaspora to take a stand against crime.

Now in heavy rotation across local and Caribbean airwaves, Riley recently concluded shooting the corresponding video and is expected to debut it in coming weeks.

A versatile and accomplished musician, Tarrus’ melodious harmonies have endeared him to a large number of reggae fans across the Caribbean, US, UK, Canadian, and Japanese markets. Having scored a slew of chart hits from his latest compilation Contagious, such as the title track Love’s Contagious, Living The Life Of A Gun, Good Girl Gone Bad, Start Anew among others, Riley is easily one of the most popular and well-respected artistes in reggae music today.

With a solid booked schedule headlining several dates across the US and Caribbean, Riley is currently gearing up to perform at the international reggae and dancehall music showcase Reggae Sumfest on July 24.

Tarrus Riley calls for peace

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