|Sophia Squire interview with Reggaevile|
A veteran at performing live having learnt from the late Gregory Isaacs whom she worked along-side in her formative years as back-ground vocalist, the Jamaican reggae songbird comfortably delivered her 45 minutes set to a very appreciative audience. She received an encore and chants of "more squire, more squire" from her audience after completing her full set and was invited back on stage. Again, the "Love Don't Hurt" singer mesmerized her audience performing "Gimmi Your Love" as the crowd cheerily sang "ah ah ah ah ah come gimmi your love" with her. "It was a wonderful experience" she told NIPnews, "I felt comfortable, the energy was right so I guess the audience felt it too" she concluded.
|relaxed ahead of her performance|
Other Jamaican performers who shared stage with the Bredroc label artiste included Kabaka Pyramid, Turbulence, Big Youth, Admiral Tibet, General Degree and Lutan Fyah among others. Check out Sophia Squire's fresh off the stage interview on Reggaeville click here
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