Kingston Jamaica - reggae singer, Richie Spice is one of the artistes scheduled to perform at the Hope4Hope on Sunday, September 30, to benefit the Hope Institute.
The concert is held annually in memory of Monique ‘Mahima’ Geourzoung, who held the Hope Institute in high regard. It is Jamaica’s only specialist oncology hospital dedicated to the treatment and care of cancer patients at any point on their journey.
According to Richie Spice, he is honoured to be a part of the lineup for this extremely worthy cause.
“This life is all about helping others along the way. I feel special to be asked to be a part of this fund raising event and give thanks to the organisers,” Richie Spice stated.
Coinciding with Monique’s memorial, this year’s concert will feature performances from Beenie Man, Alaine, Richie Spice, Tifa, Freddie McGregor, Jah 9, Luciano, I-Wayne, Rootz Underground, Jesse Royal, Skygrass, Influentill and special surprise guests.
Richie Spice, who has been busy on the international circuit and in studio, will be releasing his latest album, Soothing Sounds: Acoustic in October. Described as a collector’s item, the album is a personal project for Spice who wears the producer’s hat on this offering.
The first official single, Free, is currently available on iTunes and has been receiving heavy rotation.
Music for Hope4Hope will be provided by Renaissance, Coppershot and HMV.
Gates open at 2pm and show-time is 5pm.