Dancehall artistes Andrew and Wada Blood were among the thousands who experienced the 4.4 magnitude earthquake in Los Angeles, California shortly after 4 a.m. today (Tuesday, March 16).
“We are here and safe. I was asleep when the earthquake happened, but it woke me up. We jus’ grateful and give thanks that it wasn’t bigger or worse than that,” said Andrew Blood this morning. Thus far there have been no reports of damage, injuries and power outages associated with the earthquake.
Andrew and Wada Blood left the island last week for a one month promotional tour of California to promote their new singles Find A Way and Irie and their still untitled upcoming album. “So far the shows have been going well. We did a show at a club in Hollywood the other night and in Santa Barbara and some more and we are getting ready to do some more and mad up di place,” said Wada Blood, the other half of the recording duo known for hits including Hustle Till The Day That I Die, Money Print, Hustla For Life (La La La) and more.
The duo returns to the island the first week in April.
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