Laing appoints Sting ambassadors

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November 13, 2015
Isaiah Laing of Supreme Promotions, organisers of Sting.

Sting boss Isaiah Laing has announced the appointment of three female dancers as ambassadors for the upcoming 32nd anniversary show.

He emphasised the importance of having a physical identity to associate with the Sting brand.

keeping up appearances

"It is essential that our backbone supporters have a tangible element they can identify with. From the inception, once you enter Sting, you see the hot girls in the most standout outfits. They put on a real show for the cameras. We want that unique and creative element to continue," he said. "Our ambassadors are a true match with the sting lifestyle: Dancehall Queen 2012 Sher Rumbaar, Puppy Tail inventor Renee Six-Thirty, and 2013 St Catherine Dancehall Queen Nikeisha."

Supreme Promotions director, Junior 'Heavy-D' Fraser further explained why Sting 2015 selected dancers for ambassadors.

"Sting is the known platform for Jamaica's popular music. Different types of entertainers represent dancehall, not only deejays and singers. Dancers need to be highlighted. We are trying to help structure the dancing world. We are doing a different type of Sting this year by creating 'the Sting Bees', with three of the most buzzing female dancers right now, who are our ambassadors," he said. "These girls have high visibility at the street dance, online, stage show; ask anybody. We can identify stars, and we see something great in them. They have a touch of the original Dancehall Queen, Carlene."

The Sting Bees will represent the show at all of its official events. On December 26, they will be on-stage at Jamworld several times, with their feature presentation being a surprise Vybz Kartel

special.

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