Friday, April 8, 2011

Mavado Ban Lifted in Trinidad

Dancehall Superstar Mavado can now performed in Trinidad and Tobago.The artist was banned from performing in the island in 2008 due to violent and sexually explicit lyrics.


After being banned from the twin island republic in 2008 for the violent and sexual messages in many of his previous songs. The restrictions on dancehall recording artiste Mavado has been lifted  by the government.The singjay was given the green light last week to perform in Trindad at the 'A Better Tomorrow' concert held at the Centre of Excellence in Macoya.

Even though the ban is lifted, Mavado is only allowed to sing the positive music from his growing repertoire. Despite being given only a week to advertise the show,  the event was well attended according to his management.

The singjay will return to Trinidad for another concert on July 30th. His management team is working with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to have the ban lifted in other Caribbean countries such as St. Vincent and the Bahamas.

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