The Hill has vibes!Finale act Jah Cure had the women screaming, shouting and grabbing him, almost pulling him off the stage.
By Ricky Jordan | Tue, May 01, 2012 - 12:01 AM
DESPITE THE DISAPPOINTMENT of several who trekked to Farley Hill on a Third World mission, there was joy and some satisfaction at Sunday’s Reggae On The Hill.
It was because of the extra effort turned in by the veteran Everton Blender and the show’s eventual headliner Jah Cure, and the sheer charisma exuding onstage from Tanya Stephens and young dancehall artiste Chris Martin. All others seemed secondary.
Martin showed off his awesome vocal ability and infectious dancehall stylings, took off his shirt to the women’s delight, and rendered some of his top songs, featuring Cheaters Prayer, which he enhanced by bringing on the lovely Cecile to counteract the song.
The former Rising Stars winner, whose hits included Nah Go Change, Tonight and Giving It, kept the audience transfixed during a smooth set that paved the way for the equally effervescent but more suggestive Tanya.
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