Luciano @ Overjam 13-16.08. 2014, Interview, Video, Photos

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Luciano "The Messenjah" presence on stage from the moment he step on was bracing, his voice is so powerful in context to the lyrics he sings, really brought his message across to the crowd as he has done over the past few years. The most intriguing part was , seeing the massive's response during his performance.

With no doubt this artist has reached many throughout his career and continues to connect many through Reggae. He brought with him the spirit of "ONE"  through Reggae when performing at Overjam Festival, because he clearly left that message behind!

Singing along the audience seemed to have no problem with the words, the messages that the Messenjah himself wrote to share with the world. Language really never stood as any barrier with this crowd. Flags waving and messages of truth and hope and love filled the atmosphere. Luciano tunes took over each and every single one of us like a single connected pulse.

The Messenjah came saw and conquer with his people, beautiful show!

Written by: Lauren,  Photographs: Yeke, Videos by: Yeke and Lauren








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Lauren, a professional communications expert from South Africa, loves to learn new languages and cultures. She is always willing to share her expertise on the African culture and lifestyles. Through her social interactions with others, she decided her own social projects in her homeland to launch Africa.

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