Dancehall, Reggae

POPS JABU promises to deliver on the Aarhus Reggae Festival (@PopsJabu @jam_yard)

pops jabuPops Jabu, a member of the Stick n Fire and Junk Yard Family, is a musical maestro in his own right! As he gears up for his performance on Aarhus’ first two days Reggae Festival (on June 19th and 20th), fans of this amazing talent can expect an energetic and unforgettable performance.

For those not familiar with Pops Jabu, he has already achieved double platinum and gold record status by way of the following projects; Alis Riddim by Fresh I and Pharfar, Tip-Toe Big-Bands Big-Step album and the current EP with Blackout JA. Pops Jabu is an international entertainer who has performed in countries like London, Brixton, Australia, Spain, Switzerland, Norway, Sweden, Iceland, Faroe Islands, Germany, Monaco, Poland and Paris with cut “n” move (a pop group which he was a member of). His last major performance was at the Bob Marley 70th Celebration hosted by Jam Yard, see link for review: He has also worked on two other major festivals in Denmark; Roskilde and Skanderborg.

On the Reggae scene, Pops Jabu has performed with the late Danish Dancehall Sensation Natajsa and have opened up for notable Jamaican acts such as; Jimmy Cliff, The Congos, Lee Scratch Perry, Omar Perry, Anthony B and Horace Andy.

In addition to his career as an artist, he is also a Math and English teacher, youth motivator, lead vocalist and director of his own band. The organizers of the Aarhus Reggae Festival are excited to have him on the line up. For more information about the Aarhus Reggae Festival visit their website at

Written by Henzel Clarke


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