Jah Ova Evil lives on

Jah Ova Evil lives on

Written by Editor

Topics: Music

The event that took place at 10 1/2 First Avenue in Vineyard Town on February 7, 2013 was in many ways a powerful and fitting tribute to the late Alty George Nunes III, the reggae artiste known as Lil Joe and also popularly called Jah Ova Evil (J.O.E.). The event was also the clearest indication to date of the transcendent growth of the musical movement that bears his name and fervently upholds his legacy – a legacy that appears destined to leave an indelible mark in the industry.

Several artistes lent their talents to the occasion and a large crowd packed into the venue to celebrate Jah Ova Evil, who continues to live on through the lives of the people he has touched.

Jah Ova Evil
J.O.E.’s mother Patricia “Patsy” Ricketts (centre) is flanked by his brothers Aijah (left) and Jahnoi (right) Nunes.

Jah Ova Evil Memorial Concert
Chronixx at the 2nd Annual Jah Ova Evil Memorial Concert

Jah Ova Evil Memorial Concert
Chronixx and Patsy Ricketts, mother of J.O.E.

Jah Ova Evil Memorial Concert

Jah Ova Evil Memorial Concert
Chronixx and The Gideon, older brother of J.O.E.

Jah Ova Evil Memorial Concert

Jah Ova Evil Memorial Concert
Kelissa and Kabaka Pyramid

Jah Ova Evil Memorial Concert

Kabaka Pyramid

Jah Ova Evil Memorial Concert

From left: Kabaka Pyramid, Donisha Prendergast (Bob Marley's granddaughter) and Micah Shemaiah.

Jah Ova Evil Memorial Concert

Jah Ova Evil Memorial Concert

Jah Ova Evil Memorial Concert

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