19 April 2017
Hawaiian Reggae artists bring Aloha and their unique sound to U.S. troops stationed in the Pacific during Armed Forces Entertainment Tour

The 4 the People tour, comprised of Hawaii-based artists, Rebel Souljahz, Eli Mac and Shar Carillo, is set to perform for U. S. troops stationed in Guam, Japan and Okinawa, May 5 through 14 and Kwajalein, June 9 and 10.
The Hawaiian Reggae-styled tour is headlined by Rebel Souljahz who are known for their reggae and R&B melding sound. Having consistently topped the Hawaiian Reggae charts since releasing their debut album in 2008, the four-member vocal group embodies the cultural and sound fusion that has become a musical staple throughout the islands.
“We knew that we wanted part of our international tour to include visiting our service members so we could share a piece of back home, said Mike Maglinti of Rebel Souljahz. “A lot of times they are stationed far away from their families and loved ones. We hope through our music, we can spread some island love and help them enjoy themselves for a while.”
Backed by a live band, the group offers a soulful and engaging performance that keeps audiences on their feet and moving to the music.  
This self-titled tour comes on the heels of the release of their newest album, “4 The People” and includes highly-acclaimed artists and opening acts Eli-Mac and Shar Carillo.  Eli-Mac who is a former top ten American Idol contestant and award-winning performer and singer-songwriter Shar Carillo, have each cultivated their own unique hip-hop and R&B influenced sounds.
“It’s our mission to offer entertainment to our folks stationed overseas that’s unique and high-quality, so it’s really a treat to be able to bring this trio of talented artist and showcase a music genre that’s so culturally-rooted but definitely widely appreciated,” said Chief of Armed Forces Entertainment, Major Jody Wynans.
About Armed Forces Entertainment
Armed Forces Entertainment is the official Department of Defense agency for providing entertainment to U.S. military personnel serving overseas, with priority given to those in contingency operations and at remote and isolated locations. The Department of the Air Force is the executive agent of Armed Forces Entertainment. Founded in 1951, Armed Forces Entertainment brings a touch of home to more than 500,000 troops annually, embracing the best of Americana that stretches across all genres of entertainment. For more information visit www.armedforcesentertainment.com, Facebook, Twitter or YouTube.
For more information on Rebel Souljahz, Eli-Mac, Shar Carillo and the 4 The People Tour visit: https://armedforcesentertainment.com/performer/4-the-people