Reggae Culture Is Fast Eroding – SpyDaMan, Factional Cross River PMAN Chair

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By Archibong Jeremiah

“Reggae culture is fast eroding, it’s a culture of peace practice which should not erode especially because of crisis in our streets of Calabar. It preaches peace, love and oneness. ”

This assertion was made by SpyDaMan, CEO of Spartan Entertainment speaking to this reporter on the sidelines of Calar Maica show at Amber karaoke lounge, Marian road Calabar.

According to the CEO who doubles as a factional Chairman of PMAN in Cross River “Calar Maica with SpyDaMan at Amber karaoke lounge is a monthly reggae dancehall party in Calabar designed to satisfy reggae dancehall lovers and revive the reggae dancehall music genre in Calabar.”

Furthermore he disclosed that “It’s also aimed at adding value and content to the entertainment hub in Cross River State. It will reward passion for reggae and put smiles on peoples faces through dance. ”

Below are some pictures from the Calar Maica maiden edition.




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