-The Balboa Theater was filled with good vibes and the music of In this, the so-called Rasta of the Future, during a posthumous tribute in which many of his friends and colleagues participated. It was they, who performed the well-known songs in the voice of I-Nesta.
Topics such as Lléname, Eli Eli, Amor del Bueno, Ella busca and others were chanted by the public that gathered during this recognition for the legacy of I-Nesta. A group of 10 artists were part of this tribute.
Recognition of the Ministry of Culture
The moment was also seized by the culture Ministry to deliver a recognition to the career and musical legacy of I-Nesta, which was delivered to his family, including his widow Anisabel Pérez.
In the 1990s, I-Nesta’s interest in music began by participating in rock and roll bands. However, a few years later she met the genre that would mark her life, roots reggae. “Sistema Babilon”, “En Las Calles” and “Rasta Es Un Amor”, were some of her first songs.
The rasta of the future was part of the reggae group “Inspiración Mística”, then began his career as a soloist.
One of the most influential figures in the life of the Panamanian was Bob Marley, who even inspired his nickname. Robert Nesta Marley Booker was the full name of the famous Jamaican singer.
Repertoire of the Tribute to I-Nesta
These were the songs performed during the posthumous tribute in memory of I-Nesta, which was held on Sunday, November 13 at the Balboa Theater. There are also the artists who performed each of the songs. The closing was with the best-known song by I-Nesta, “Todo Vuelve A Su Lugar”, which was performed by everyone, singers and the public in one voice. Excitement to the max!!
Fill Me Up – Joan
Times of Tribulation – Charly Roots
With you I feel good – Monteleón
Good love – Fausto Moreno
Jah Jah Bless Me – Rock Polo
She seeks – Joan
Jah Soldier – Jah Kayan
Something Beyond – David L.
Raggamuffin – Kafu Banton
What’s Up – The Mane Lion
Everything returns to its place – All Stars | All the guests