Reggae singer Bugle is scheduled to depart the island later this week for New York City, where he is booked to headline the 31st staging of the Loveline Muzikanniversary and award ceremony at the Portuguese Club in Queens alongside compatriots Delly Ranx and Agent Sasco. This comes on the heels of a pair of exhilarating performances at the Serengeti Bistro, Hope Gardens and Providence in Guyana. Despite, the frigid weather conditions currently affecting that space, Bugle says he definitely plans to bring some musical heat to the event. "We know it's snowing in New York City presently but I definitely plan to bring a musical fire to the event and turn up the temperature especially for my Caribbean people." a seemingly jocund Bugle exclaimed.
VIDEO: Bugle and the An9ted Humanitarian Foundation family feeding the homeless over the Easter holidays.
Meanwhile, the An9ted Entertainment recording artiste last week brought cheers to the homeless in Jamaica as part of the ongoing initiative to alleviate hunger in the island. The singer along with members of his Humanitarian Foundation prepared hundreds of meals accompanied with the customary Bun & Cheese, eaten by most locals at this time of the year. The group then embarked on their 4th installment to feed the less fortunate across the Kingston and St. Andrew metropolis.