Rising Reggae Phenom, Skull; who marked a milestone in music history by being the first Korean artist to chart at number two on the Billboard Hip Hop / R&B Singles Chart with his single Boom Di Boom Di was snatched from the throws of imminent success almost two years ago when he was drafted by the S. Korean Army.
Stationed near the DMZ, and in the throes of the recent increased threat level, Skull's fans and his management (Morgan Carey, Mariah’s big brother), have become increasingly concerned for his safety.
Fans and management recently breathed a sigh of collective relief when it was announced that Skull would be receiving a furlough to perform at the Reggae Rising Festival in Humbolt County on 2nd August along with international Reggae sensation Gentleman, Luciano, Capleton, The Original Wailers, Tony Rebel, Aswad, Queen Ifrica, Sister Carol, Toots and The Maytals, Marcia Griffiths, Freddie McGregor, and many others.
The buzz is growing rapidly and Skull fans will be traveling from all over to catch his first performance in almost two years.
By: Rashmi Shastri