Last night Brixton South Bay in Redondo Beach, CA was the place to be. Resin Music hosted an amazing event with Seedless, Rian Basilio and the Roosters, and Reggae music’s rising star J Boog. Going to a music event on any pier is awesome because it’s right on the water and it’s a real cool vibe. The atmosphere was great because everyone there came to enjoy music. The show was packed to capacity and people were dancing, drinking, and having a good time. There was even a couple of vendors in the house selling J Boog merchandise courtesy of Wash House Music and Selah International was in the building with their famous jerseys. But most of all, The WhatItDo crew was in full effect to experience the night in the heat of it all.
Reggae groups such as Seedless from Orange County and local group Rian Basilio and the Roosters opened up the night and got the crowd swaying back and forth feeling good and feeling irie. In between the group sets the DJ would spin in a couple of Reggae classics to keep the crowd entertained. In the entrance part of Brixton, Selah Int’l had a small booth set up with clothing. Famously known for their international jerseys and highly sought-after shirts, Selah Int’l’s presence was definitely appreciated by fans of the brand.
When Reggae sensation J Boog came on stage, it was elbow to elbow and the crowd went bananas. Singing his hits “Ganja Farmer”, “Love Season”, “Let’s Do It Again”, and many more, you can tell how much he loves to perform and how he feeds off the energy of the crowd. People love his music. Grown adults turn into little kids when they see him and seeing them jumping up and down shouting out his lyrics was really awesome. J Boog has continued to break through Urban Island music and cross it over to the mainstream paving the way for Pacific Islander artists everywhere. His music breaks barriers and gives Polynesians visibility in all communities worldwide. His new album Back Yard Boogie drops September 27, 2011 on iTunes. He is currently touring and promoting his new album and continues to get love and support from his fans.
Resin Music overall produced an awesome show last night and they continue to promote Reggae artists from the islands for the fans who love that Urban Island sound of Reggae music. Keeping it lit and live all the time is what they do best at Resin Music events.
-Article Written by: Elizabeth Lavulo
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