Born in Soweto, South Africa, Conquer Arson has learned the lessons he needs to make his mark in the fast-paced arena of world reggae. His brand of electric ragga, injected with large doses of African beats and indigenous instruments is set to make him first choice not only for ragga enthusiasts but for anyone who enjoys being blown away by great music.
Conquer Arson is an artist with a demanding thirst for incorporating fresh and interesting touches to his sound. You are guaranteed to hear mild traces of hip hop, stains of old school bubblegum and a presence of rock in Conquer Arson’s songs such as Joy and Style featuring Fondo.
Never miss the opportunity to experience a Conquer Arson performance whenever he is on a stage near you. He opened for reggae empress, Rita Marley, when the Marley’s graced South Africa with their delightful presence at the launch of the Bob Marley Photographic exhibition at Constitutional Hill. The historic Constitutional Hill came alive with song and dance when Conquer Arson unleashed the great fire that is his music. He also shared the stage with Lutan Fyah and local songstress Nkulee Dube.
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