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Jahshii to Make Debut Splash at Jamrock Cruise's 8th Annual Cruise

The annual festival sets sail with a stellar lineup and unforgettable entertainment, including Sean Paul, Beenie Man, and Many Others


Jahshii, set to make his debut


The 8th edition of the Jamrock Cruise Annual Festival is scheduled to kick off on December 4th from Miami, Florida, offering five unforgettable nights of exceptional live music, authentic Jamaican cuisine, sunrise drumming meditations, fitness activities, and abundant sunshine. The festivities will unfold aboard Royal Caribbean's renowned ship, the Independence of the Seas, providing 24-hour onboard entertainment.


Featuring a stellar lineup of entertainers, the festival boasts performances by reggae and dancehall stars spanning generations. Headlining the event are Stephen Marley, alongside his brother Kymani Marley, and iconic dancehall legends such as Beenie Man and Sean Paul.


Beenie Man, among the star-studded lineup (Photo: AcePXl)


The roster also includes seasoned dancehall veterans like Wayne Wonder, Capleton, and Spragga Benz, joined by female pioneers Lady G and Nadine Sutherland. Reggae legend Max Romeo is set to make one of his final appearances after a definitive farewell world tour at the age of 78. Additionally, veteran artists Errol Dunkley, Leroy Sibbles, I-Wayne, and Anthony B will grace the stage.


Representing the new wave of dancehall, artists such as Busy Signal, Ding Dong and his Rivers crew, Yaksta, and emerging talent Jahshii will be featured. Grammy Award-winning Kabaka Pyramid and Naomi Cowan will showcase the newer generation of reggae.



The festival promises world-class live concerts, complemented by DJs and sound systems setting the ambiance day and night. Theme nights and the Soundclash Championship at Sea will be highlights, featuring selectors like Boom Boom, Jazzy T of Renaissance, Seani B, Ricky Trooper, and Tony Matterhorn, along with legendary sounds such as Stone Love. The Sound Clash in the Sea will feature international participants like Dynamiq from Africa, Japanese Jah Works, the US's Soul Supreme, and Trinidad's Taurus Movement, captivating thousands of revelers.

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