Keyshia Cole, Ne-Yo added to Reggae Sumfest line-up

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica – Reggae Sumfest organizers yesterday added top R&B singer, Keyshia Cole and rapper Ne-Yo, to this year’s international night concert for the July 13-19 festival in Montego Bay, Jamaica.

Cole, known for hits like `Should A Let You Go,` `Heaven Sent` and `I Remember,` has been added to the line up for Friday, July 18 along with Grammy award -winning rapper Ne-yo, born Shaffer Chimere Smith.

Ne-Yo’s debut album, In My Own Words, was released in early 2006 through Def Jam Recordings, and debuted at number one on Billboard 200, selling over 301,000 copies in the first week and certified platinum.

Cole, who was born to an African-American mother and an Italian father, released her second album Just like You in 2007.

The American singers will join Jamaica’s own Richie Spice, Queen Ifria, Coca Tea and Jah cure on the International night stage.

While dancehall night on July 17th, is already chock filled with top notch deejays, including Jamaica’s Energy God and Bad Boys Record artist, Elephant Man, dancehall`s Beenie Man, Bounty Killer, Voice Mail, Macka Diamond, Vybz Kartel, Harry Toddler, Busy Signal, Munga Honourable, Ninja Man, Busy Signal, Wayne Marshall, Assassin and Mavado.

Sumfest wraps up on Saturday, July 19th, the show comes to an end with performances from reggae greats, including John Holt and Beres Hammond as well as Tarrus Riley and Etana.

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