King B Fine and Afrikaya Band, presents a powerfully uplifting live performance! Originating from West Africa, King B Fine is an Sydney based reggae artist, he is also a AAMMA Award and Profesional Excellence Award winner.

After arriving in Europe in 1998 King B Fine became a part of the Slovenian music scene where he formed the band “Rasta Movement” and began writing his own music infused with the cultural music of his motherland and Jamaican Roots and Dancehall riddims, delivering messages heavily influenced by Rastafarian philosophy and his experiences in a war torn Sierra Leone.

Touring Europe and sharing the stage with some of Reggae’s greatest artists such as Anthony B, Cecile, Luciano, Macka B, Fantan Mojah, Vanguard Leader “Fitta Warri, Julian Marley, Sizzla and many others, gave him the opportunity to develop his own unique and energetic style of showmanship.

King B Fine has based his career in Sydney, Australia since 2010 performing at concerts and festivals throughout Australia including as headlining artist at the 2015 Music and Colour Festival in Kuranda, Northern Queensland, Australia.  supported by! British Dub giants Zion Train. Since arriving in Australia he has released an album entitled “Royal Movement” and singles “Shake It”. “Bag Ah Love” “Africa unite” “Different Style” and Ewajo ” all reached top #1 on the Reverbnation and Numberonemusic – Sydney Reggae charts, Australia.

Awards include:

Nominated for Best Reggae Dancehall Artist at the 2014 AAMMA Awards.
Best Reggae act / Best Male Music act” 2016 AAMMA  Awards, 8th October @ The Riverside Theatre Parramatta, Sydney Australia.
Winner Best Reggae act AAMMA Awards 2016 and Professional Excellence Award Winner 2016

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