At the Harlem Week 2020, Darey will be joining superstars like Stevie Wonder, Indie Arie, Robin Thicke, Anthony Hamilton and more for a special performance at the Music Festival.
This special performance is coming off the release of his new single, Jah Guide Me and we are looking forward to seeing the award-winning multi-platinum ‘Afro & B’ artist perform the new song, for the very first time.
As a seasoned live performer, Darey has shared the stage with other superstars like Beyoncé, Wizkid, Jay Z, Ciara, Cardi B, Burna Boy, Sean Paul, Usher, R Kelly, Akon, Lionel Richie and many more and we can’t wait to see him perform alongside the amazing acts at the Harlem Week Musical Festival, today.
Harlem Week is an annual celebration of the best of Harlem which works to promote its rich African American, African, Caribbean, Hispanic, and European history, as well as arts, culture, religion, business, entertainment, and sports.
Considering the times, Harlem Week is holding virtually this year so you get the chance to not only see Darey deliver a special performance, but you also have the opportunity to experience other well-known music sensations like Stevie Wonder, Robin Thicke and many more from the comfort of your home.
The Harlem Music Festival will be aired live by 3:00 pm. To find out more about the event, check out the harlemweek.com.
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