Fans of dancehall superstar Popcaan anticipating this year’s staging of his annual Unruly Fest will have to exercise more patience as the festival is being pushed back for another year.
On Monday morning, the artiste, whose given name is Andre Sutherland, made the announcement via his official Twitter account; the tweet read,
“To my loyal fans and family, unruly fest will not be happening until next year, so in the mean let’s just pull up to the national stadium December 18. Dat is it! #GIHE“
The highly anticipated annual event staged in his hometown St. Thomas, has not been held since December 2019 due to the pandemic.
In the meantime, Popcaan is encouraging fans to throw their support behind his upcoming performance at the Burna Boy Live concert slated for the National Stadium on December 18. He ended the tweet with the hashtag “#GIHE,” being used to promote his forthcoming album “Great Is He“
“Great Is He” comes almost eight years after his debut album “Where We Come From“, which peaked at No.2 on the Billboard Reggae Albums Chart. His sophomore effort, “Forever”, released in July 2018, shared a similar fate regarding its placement on the abovementioned chart but also debuted at No.171 on the Billboard 200 chart.