Grammy-nominated singer Etana, whose Reggae Forever World Tour has taken her to Africa, specifically Nairobi in Kenya, is bowled over by the response of Kenyans to Jamaican music.
Etana, who was booked for a concert dubbed ‘Etana Returns’, was officially welcomed by the Cabinet secretary in the Ministry of Tourism & Wildlife, Najib Balala. At a short reception, Etana was presented with gifts from the official
The reggae artiste spent a few days leading up to the show interacting with the people and doing interviews with the media.
Quizzed on what she liked best about Kenya, she stated, “Three things that I am loving about Kenya would be their food, their style and the way they love reggae music.”
After the show, Etana took to social media to show her appreciation to her fans and the promotional team where she posted, “The love was overwhelming. Kenya, thank you for making my return a memorable experience.”
Etana, who is continuing her world tour, is scheduled to make a stop in Montego Bay at Reggae Sumfest, where she will be performing on Night Two, alongside Buju Banton, Beres Hammond and others.
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