Canada’s Reggae Songstress Ammoye will perform an opening set just before Sean Paul performs on Friday March 18th at the London Music Hall.
The two time JUNO Award nominee (2013 and 2014) is well known for her brand of Reggae which fans call ‘love fueled,’ ‘conscious awakening’ and ‘motivational.’ Ammoye’s musical mission is to be a Light Worker which forms the foundation from which she creates chart topping music. Songs such as the socially charged “Shooting” addresses the issue of gun violence, while “Sorry” hears her apologize to her beau for an argument that got out of control. Both songs have enjoyed extensive radio play in Canada and internationally, and have been included on the artists first official Mixtape entitled Enter the Warrior-ess. In addition to her Reggae lane, Ammoye’s voice for Dancehall is extra hot and spicy in songs such as “Mad Dem,” “Yuh Nuh Ready” and “Cool and Deadly” which electrify audiences when performed live.
About her upcoming opening performance for Sean Paul, Ammoye said “I can’t wait to take the stage! This is another opportunity to impress the fans, and impress Sean Paul; this Light Worker is ready!”
Sean Paul, the Billboard and platinum selling artist will be in Canada as a part of his Full Speed Promo Club Tour. Stops include Hamilton, Montreal, and Toronto.