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Trusoul Wows audience on Smile Jamaica (TVJ) & Tastee Talent Trail
Trusoul wowed audience with back to back performance on Wednesday December 12 and Thursday December 13, 2012 at Smile Jamaica TVJ and Tastee Talent Trail Grand Finals Show respectively.
--Trusoul also known as Patrick Brown and the ‘2011’ Tastee Talent Trail winner graced the Smile Jamaica morning programme on TVJ and left TV audience in awe.
Invited to perform with CODE 5 Band on the morning programme; Trusoul delivered two Christmas Carols and two of his originals in star quality form. Singing ‘O Holy Night’ and ‘Do you hear what I hear’ reggae version in the first segment, he showed his vocal range with diverse performances.
However it was his originals ‘We A Lead’ & ‘Hard Hustle’ that had the viewers and staff alike at TVJ, stunned at the emerging entertainer’s performances.
Trusoul went on to wow the Tastee Talent Trail Final show audience the next day at TasteeCar park in Cross Roads, Kingston. He was introduced by host, Elva; He entered the Tastee Stage with lights out singing an interlude before entertaining the audience with the uptempo version of R. Kelly’s ‘When a Woman Love’, Ken Boothe’s ‘Everything I Own’ and closing with his original ‘Hard Hustle’.
During his performance the audience screamed, yelled, sang and danced, there was no doubt that they enjoyed themselves during Trusoul’s performance.
When Trusoul was asked how he felt delivering two back to back performances to overwhelming responses, he said “I am very pleased and this is just the beginning, greater things are in store.” On a different note, Trusoul updated us that he had released his single ‘Hard Hustle’ to overwhelming response and the single is slowly building momentum on radio stations both locally and internationally, especially in the European market where it has been receiving great feedback.
For further information on Trusoul contact his management at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit
www.facebook.com/PBTrusoul and www.reverbnation.com/PBTrusoul. Also follow him on twitter at @PBTrusoul .
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