Grammy-nominated and new reggae artist, Koffee,
delivered a message of perseverance against odds at the One Nation Concert held
this past Saturday at the Antigua Recreation Grounds (ARG).
Droves of Antiguans, Barbudans and other
Caribbean nationals came out in force to support the prime minister’s One
Nation Concert, especially at the prospect of seeing the new up-and-coming
artist out of Spanish Town, Jamaica.
Koffee, who was on island for about one week, and
who made several courtesy and promotional visits before the concert, said on
Saturday that she is honoured to have Antigua as her first stage performance
She urged the young people in the audience to
follow their dreams and keep working on a path to what they truly want to
achieve in life.
The night saw acts from the likes of headliner
out of Jamaica. Asa Bantan, Tian Winter, Claudette Peters, Menace and Asher Otto.
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