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Mr. Vegas steals spotlight at Reggae Sumfest 2014

After almost ten years absence Dancehall Superstar Mr. Vegas returned to the Reggae Sumfest stage with a bang proving why he is still one of the most sought after dancehall artistes on the international tour circuit. Dressed in a classy retro ensemble featuring a Lavender jacket, big heel boots and bell foot pants, Vegas was a showman exemplary; demonstrating master control of the stage and exciting exhibition of the dancehall art form.
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Chronixx To Appear on the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

Jamaica’s newest music hero Chronixx is having another big year, and Tuesday July 22 he’ll add another notch to his red, gold and green belt when he makes his U.S. television debut on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. The “Here Comes Trouble” singer will be the first reggae artist to appear on The Tonight Show since Fallon (and the Roots) took over the late-night institution from Jay Leno in February.
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Sean Paul Returns To Reggae Sumfest 2014

A long anticipated return to Reggae Sumfest by internationally acclaimed artiste Sean Paul is set to happen this summer. The artiste is busy leaving his mark on the entertainment scene locally and internationally ahead of his Sumfest performance.
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I will bring my "A" Game - I Octane

Though several artistes had expressed interest in closing Dancehall Night for this year's staging of Reggae Sumfest, promoter Johnny Gourzong has confirmed I-Octane as closing act on the night."I-Octane is closing Dancehall night! No ifs, buts or maybe!!"
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Kalado releases video for "Personally"

Fast-rising dancehall entertainer Kalado has released a music video for his latest single "Personally". The single is a hybrid of afro-pop and dancehall genres, featuring lyrics that are fitting for the dancefloor-ready uptempo instrumentation.Personally is Kalado’s take on the Nigerian group P-Square’s track of the same name, which has become a hit single in countries across Africa, Europe, and Asia. The song bridges the gap between dancehall and pop-infused afrobeat, showcasing the similarities between the genres of two different continents.
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