Reggae artiste Fantan Mojah recently electrified the more than 20,000 reggae fans who turned out to the 20th anniversary of Reggae Jam Festival hosted in Germany. The Rasta Got Soul singer, who has developed a strong fan-base in Europe and Africa, delivered a high energy and interactive set, which led to the audience giving an encore.
Compared to Jacob Miller by reggae critics, the singer connected with the audience with his mournful vibrato, athleticism and showmanship.
"When I perform, its energy non-stop and the people feel the energy based on the effort I put into my set. A me dem sey cyah tired and right now mi lose some weight, so dat mek it worse pan dem. When mi touch any stage show mi a tek it," Fantan Mojah said.
During Mojah's set, he congratulated Germany on their World Cup win and sought to rally support for the freedom of iconic reggae artiste Buju Banton, with whom he has a friendship.
He also received roaring responses for Nuh Build Great Man which features Jah Cure, and Hail the King.
Fanton Mojah is looking to release his third studio album titled Rasta Riddim and Soul. This effort will feature his Europe and Africa hit record Rasta Got Soul, which has already received four million views on YouTube.com. The album is expected to be released at the end of this year.