On June 17th in New York City, Junior Reid was a special guest at Jay Z’s Club 40/40’s 10th Anniversary.
The reggae veteran was blinded by the paparazzi on the red carpet but had a great attitude saying “One Blood, Jamaica’s in the house.”
“The party was off the chain, it was slamming. I had a good time at the party. I’ve been to the club before, it’s one of my favorite spots in NYC. It’s been a while since I have been in the hip hop scene and it was good reconnecting and working on some collaborations” says the veteran deejay.
Some of the guests included Beyonce, Robert Kraft, Bill Thompson, Geno Smith, T.I., Robinson Cano, Amare Stoudemire, Memphis Bleek, Meek Mill, Fabolous, Trae Tha Truth, Victor Cruz among others.
After the event, Junior Reid and Busta Rhymes were caught in the studio collaborating on a track.
Look out for the upcoming collaborative record with Busta Rhymes, Akon, Junior Reid and Movado.
” I will be in Jamaica as mush as possible this summer. I’m working long hours in the studio on my new album” explains Reid.
Junior Reid is a Jamaican reggae and dancehall musician, best known for the songs “One Blood” and “This Is Why I’m Hot”, as well as being the man who was the lead vocalist for Black Uhuru on three albums Brutal, Positive and Black Uhuru Live in New York.
His most recent singles are “Sharing the Night Together”, “Never Let you Go”, “Same Boat” and are being played widely in Jamaica and across the world.
Reid released a mixtape in May 2013 called “Kingston Firehouse” which is leading up to his album “Junior Reid Living Legend.”
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