Written By: Regula Rebel
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REDfyah’s Peace Love & Unity concert ’18 bill minus Lyoni Jones’ support appearance would have had a hard gender bias stain. The songstress saved the night for the ladies with her love story selection.
Though, Lyoni was the only performing female artiste, it wasn’t a tough task for her to create the needed gender balance. She put up an excellent performance that equates with the sum of the multiple male performances.
On the fair checks, Lyoni’s turn was a sweet elevatory slow jam session that evolved into an euphoric complex stuffed with kinky vibes, a cool craze, disguised intimacy and a smooth operator’s spiraling thrill. She started her performance with Stephen Marley’s “Pale Moonlight” as a cover treat to set a prelude to her originals: “Savage Heart” and “Deeply In Love” — both lovers rock reggae cuts that she lyrically tailored in a way that triggers recurring love life memories and real intimate emotions.
The Peace Love & Unity concert was staged by REDfyah as a social harmony campaign to instil calm in Bole, his birthplace.
Emphasising on “Bole For Peace” the event’s theme, Lyoni advised the Bole people to hold on activities that promote peace, love, unity, tolerance, forgiveness and other non-violent activities to help them build a better community.