Hits and Jams Entertainment is set to host one of the biggest signature events of Genesis the Band Independence Weekend – El Dorado StingingNettles.
The beloved Trinidadian Soca group Kes the Band will headline the show on May 25 at the Marriott Parking Lot in Kingston, Georgetown.
Kes the Band have been winning the hearts of fans around the world with their unique blend of soca, reggae, and pop music. Their energetic live performances have made them a household name, and their many hits, including “Hello”, “Wotless”, “Workout”, “Liki Tiki”, and “Savannah Grass”, have become staples of the Caribbean music scene. Kes the Band will be accompanied by several talented local artistes, making for a night of incredible music and cultural celebration. A part of that lineup is Barbadian singer Rupee, who is set to perform his hit song that was deemed by Billboard Mag as one of the Top 5 Caribbean songs of the 21st century – “Tempted to Touch”. Rupee, who also has Guyanese roots, and also has several other songs in his catalogue, is promising to put on a performance that would light afire the stage with energy and vibes. Hits and Jams first brought Rupee in 2004 for their sold-out event called “Insomnia”.