It has been a good year for Peter Lloyd, one that has paved the way for an even greater one in 2017 as The Love Messenger prepares for his upcoming World Tour. The release of the new single Pure Love early this year with accompanying music video, and the response that followed was a great sign that it was time for Peter Lloyd to head back on the road. This time to cover wider regions of familiar markets and break into new territories. It hasn’t been just the fans who have been responding, but promoters and DJs alike, all ready for The Peter Lloyd Experience.
Before we head back on the international stages, Team Peter Lloyd decided to do something different and execute an all-island tour of Jamaica. The response was resounding as we made our way across the island, not just doing live shows but visiting schools and spreading Pure Love while promoting anti-bullying; a cause that Peter Lloyd has thrown his power behind. Early this year, he was named an official ambassador for the Le Antonio Foundation’s End Bullying Globally campaign. Peter Lloyd recently anchored the Jamaica edition of the Pure Love Tour at the Entertainers Against Crime and Violence stage show recently held in Montego Bay at Dump Up Beach where he along with over forty artist made a statement for peace through short but memorable performances. REVIEW. Also of great success was Peter Lloyd’s up close and personal live show and meet-n-greet at The National Gallery of Jamaica, surrounded by the amazing work of the late Cecil Cooper.