Teacha Dee delivers at Reggae Jam 2017

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At approximately 9:00 Pm or 21:00 hours German time, Teacha Dee entered the special stage at Reggae Jam backed by Next Generation Family Band based in Munich. Wearing a pair of fire red shoes and a matching long sleeve button up shirt covered with black suspenders that coordinated with his Black Turban and Jeans pants, he ran out kicking up a storm of cheers from anywhere between 15,000 to 20,000 patrons.
From the very moment his name was announced, the anticipation of the audience could be clearly heard and his appearance did not disappoint. Teacha Dee’s set began with a loud roar which was paid to his presence alone which lasted for couple seconds while he danced and waved hello to the audience from left to right of the stage before he began singing.

Teacha Dee is no stranger to the Reggae Jam massive as it was there about 6 years ago his career took off in Deutschland and the rest of Europe. His appearance now was greeted with the rewards of years of ground work going from clubs to clubs pushing his brand of roots music.

Song after song the audience sang along with him. There were short bouts of extreme clarity as the band played a bit lower than his vocals as he drove the point home on ever song especially the new ones of his album “Rastafari Way“.

At the end of his set, he called upon stage “Don Tippa” who have been on the journey with him musically for as long as his name has been known to patrons worldwide. He left the stage with people begging for more but time did not permit it.

Here is a video provided by “Reggae Story” which highlighted “Smoke and Fly”, “Jah Jah is calling” and “Emperor Selassie”.

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About Teacha Dee

Teacha Dee is an independent Reggae Artiste from Jamaica.

Posted on August 7, 2017, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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