Antigua & Barbuda’s Reggae Ambassador Causion Undergoes Cancer Treatment (@CausionMusic)

Antigua & Barbuda’s Reggae Ambassador, Causion, has been diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer. The diagnosis came in November, 2020, after he was rushed to the emergency in South Beach, Florida.
Born Gregory Bailey in the twin island state of Antigua & Barbuda, the reggae artist has had a stellar musical career spanning more than 30 years. At the beginning of his musical journey his early hit songs included CrossroadsDifferent WorldAll About Love and All Night Long. He has performed on major music festivals such as Reggae Sumfest, and had recently wrapped up touring with reggae giants Third World. In 1999 his “Total Togetherness Tour” in Antigua & Barbuda cemented his title as the twin island’s official Reggae Ambassador.
Causion, who is based in the United States, now has four albums. He has headlined concerts to benefit the less fortunate and has participated in events to raise funds for cancer.  He lost both his parents to the disease. This time he is reaching out to his friends, fans and colleagues for financial assistance as he begins his long road to treatment and recovery.
“Never in my wildest dreams did I ever think I would be in this position,” said Causion“I think my current situation is a wakeup call for other artists. I’m hoping that my going public, will encourage other artists to get regular checkups. In our business we spend a lot of time focusing on the art form and not ourselves.”
The reggae artist is also a songwriter, who throughout his career has used his lyrics to uplift and educate others. His latest single, titled Thank You, is his way for saying thanks to his fans for the support they have shown him over the years.
Causion’s stage 3 diagnosis means the cancer is locally advanced and treatable with urgent and immediate care. To contribute to Causion’s treatment and recovery go to the following website and download his latest song Thank You.


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