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Popcaan Reveals Initial Lineup for Unruly Fest: Fivio Foreign, Skillibeng & Najeeri Set to Perform

The event, scheduled for December 22, is returning to St. Thomas for the first time since 2019, and speculation about additional names has already arisen. His show in London was canceled

Skillibeng and Popcaan, set to perform together (Photo: Ace Pxl)

International dancehall superstar, Popcaan has revealed the initial lineup or the upcoming Unruly Fest, set for December 22, 2023. Joining Popcaan on stage will be American rapper Fivio Foreign, emerging dancehall star Skillibeng, rising sensation Najeeriii, and reggae artist I-Wayne. there are more exciting additions to this star-studded lineup that will be announced shortly.

There is already a buzz of speculation regarding potential additions to the lineup. Anticipated names that might be joining the roster include the iconic dancehall legend Beenie Man, dancehall luminaries like Masicka and the St. Thomas native's Chronic Law, the rising dancehall sensation Byron Messia, as well as Jada Kingdom, Malie Donn, and Popcaan's protege, Imeru Tafari. Reggae artistes such as Protoje & Lila Ike.

The upcoming event, taking place in Morant Bay this time instead of the previous location in Lyssons, St. Thomas, is set to feature reggae artists like Protoje and Lila Ika among its performers.

Popcaan recently collaborated with Fivio Foreign on the track "Tequila Shots," and fans can expect an exciting performance of it on stage. After a hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic and issues with accusations against the St. Thomas police, Unruly Fest is returning to Jamaica for the first time since 2019.

Previous editions of Unruly Fest featured special guest performances by Canadian superstar Drake, Tory Lanez, Masicka, Jada Kingdom, as well as veterans such as Cocoa Tea, Sanchez, Bounty Killer, and Beenie Man, among many others.

In the meanwhile, Popcaan reannounced his 'GHIE' European tour spanning from November 19 to December 5. The tour will kick off in Berlin and include stops in Paris, Oslo, Dublin, and Manchester. Unfortunately, the London show had to be canceled due to technical issues.


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