Kingston, Jamaica- After ending 2011 with multiple shows across the US, neo-soul reggae singer and daughter of Bunny Wailer, Cen’C Love returned to Jamaica to kick off a great year with her debut at Tony Rebel’s annual Rebel Salute held last weekend in Port Kaiser, St Elizabeth.
Cen’C Love took to the stage in a beautiful white gown with beaded shoulders from mom Sequoia’s Ites International Goddess Collection at about 9pm with brother Asadenaki. The singer began her set with the no holds barred single ‘These Lies’ where Cen’C Love urged the women of Jamaica to go out and be themselves even if it is not in line with society’s standards. This was followed by her 2011 hit ‘Casanova’ which got the crowd singing along and banners raised. The Wailer duo ended their set with ‘Starving Artist’, the new song from Asadenaki about staying true to the art.
When asked how she felt about her Rebel Salute debut Cen’C Love had this to say “it felt good to have such a great reception from the Jamaican and international audience.”