Island reggae vibes are coming to San Francisco! On November 21st, J Boog will be performing all his reggae smash hits at Mezzanine. He’ll be joined by Hawaiian band Hot Rain and local legends Bayonics and Irie Dole (Jah Warrior Shelter) for this historic event hosted by Big Body Cisco.
Renowned worldwide for his modern reggae anthem “Let’s Do it Again” J Boog is a multifaceted artist. The singer of Samoan descent was born in Long Beach and raised in Compton, California but currently resides in Hawaii where his music career launched started in 2007 with a surprisingly successful debut.
These days Boog is either in a studio, on a stage or catching a flight. Radio interviews have become a daily thing and it’s a little overwhelming for the young artist, though he has been smart enough to keep his humility. He has a great sense of humor and an even better sense of reality. He can be overheard saying how blessed he is on a daily basis. It’s easy to see why J Boog has been winning over fans when you meet him. He has the right spirit and attitude to carry him to the next level.
His most recent album, “Backyard Boogie,” released in 2011 was met with critical acclaim and it features Tarrus Riley, Jacob Hemphill (of SOJA), Peetah Morgan (of Morgan Heritage), Fiji and others.
Event organizers are asking the attendees to donate canned food and coats in a drive to support San Francisco City Impact.
*Press Release Provided By: Press Junkie PR