Zyon I apologises to fans for non-performance in Jamaica

California based international reggae artist Zyon I has taken the honourable step to apologize to his fans for not performing at a recent stage show in St Ann’s Bay, Jamaica, even though it was due to no fault of his.
Jamrock Reggae World Fest, which advertised acts such as George Nooks, Nesbeth, Wayne Marshall, among others, was terminated after police called a halt to the event sometime after midnight, citing the noise abatement act.


“Apology goes out to all fans, supporters who came out to support the artist Zyon I and didn’t get to see a performance,” Zyon I stated.
“Unfortunately, because of the Noise Abatement Act they had to close it down, it was beyond our control. A lot of artists didn’t get to perform, Alex Marley, Nesbeth and a few others who were booked for the show. We just want to reach out to all those fans who didn’t get to see us in action.”

“We do appreci-love the support. Big up to all the sponsors and the promoters, we want to say we give thanks for the opportunity for even having us on the platform.”

While in Jamaica, Zyon I took the opportunity to record a new track which he has promised will be released shortly. Earlier this year, Zyon I released the single, Change, a song that speaks to social, political and religious change.

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