During the inaugural An9ted Fridays event in the Boonan community, veteran disc jock Ricky Trooper commended reggae artist Bugle for his contribution to preserving local genres and uplifting the inner-city community.
The special guest selector for the event, Trooper, took to the microphone during the ‘Reggae hour’ to express his respect for Bugle’s dedication to righteousness and community building.
“Bugle! mi nah lie mi like da new ting yah weh yuh start, yuh a help build di community, and a bring joy to the people. Mi nah do dis because a money, mi a do dis outta di respect weh mi have fi yuh as a man and a artiste weh always a deal with righteousness.” Trooper declared
Bugle and his team launched An9ted Fridays with the aim of uplifting the community and enhancing the local entertainment scene. The event features a special “reggae hour” dedicated to playing conscious music and promoting emerging talents. Additionally, the event hosts intermittent live performances from notable names in the music industry.
Bugle, speaking with Prism Marketing Consultants, explained the rationale behind this innovative event, stating that it is necessary to support reggae music locally and preserve the genre. The event also plays other genres of music to promote diversity.
An9ted Fridays take place in the Boonan community at 19 Whitehall Terrace Kingston 8 and run from 8 pm to 2 am. The event features a weekly special host and guest DJs.
As Bugle and his associates continue to host An9ted Fridays, their efforts are sure to have a positive impact on the community and the music industry.