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Entertainment News Written by  "D"ONTRIBUTED Monday, 07 November 2011 13:16 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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Cassia Park native and Dancehall recording artiste Wasp is now back in the island after completing a two week stint on the Africa continent with fellow entertainers, Coco Tea, Beres Hammond, Fantan Mojah and Giovanni.



The tour billed the 'Lager Beer Summer Festival' saw Wasp and fellow compatriots making several stops in Harare, Zimbabwe and Johannesburg, South Africa__ electrifying the thousands in attendance at each concert.


"This was my first time visiting the motherland and it was a deeply moving and spiritual experience to see how loving and appreciative the people were of us and our music. It's an experience that I think every artiste should get at some point in their career." - Wasp intimated.


With the conclusion of the tour, the artiste whose given name is Marvin Clarke is back in the studio working on two new albums one Reggae and the other Dancehall along with several singles. According to Wasp the albums will be due for official release is the first quarter of 2012 and will featured a lot of exclusive material.


Meanwhile, his ‘Thank You’, video shot by Scorpio 21 continues to gain attention throughout the Caribbean diaspora after making its debut two weeks earlier. The song pays tribute to all the critics who have been instrumental to his continued success thus far.

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