Authentic rub-a-dub style for Sting


November 20, 2015
Charlie Chaplin
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Sting 2015 is staying true to its theme 'From Then Till Now'.

The Boxing Day event intends to bring back the rulers of the 1980s in true rub-a-dub style. The Jamworld audience will witness an unforgettable three the hard way, a combined performance from Josie Wales, Charlie Chaplain, and Brigadier Jerry.

Josey Wales aka The Outlaw, was arguably the top deejay of the 1980s. He is ready to show Sting 2015 the skills of a founding father of dancehall. The respected pioneer's powerful melodies and lyrics are still borrowed today by many modern-day recording stars.

His past hits include Leggo Mi Hand (Gateman), It a Fi Bun (Jah know), Undercover Lover, Bobbo Dread, (Wrong Move) Right Move, and Water Come a Mi Eye.

Brigadier Jerry, a maestro of the live-show experience, intends to deliver his signature comedic, yet conscious, style of rhyming. He should generate waves of forwards with his immensely popular "stage show lyrics" which laud positive living and condemn immoral behaviour. Jerry's onstage raw talent is so phenomenal he has earned more recognition for spitting lyrics live opposed to his mega-hit recordings. His hits include Jamaica, Jamaica, Gwaan a School and Pain.

Charlie Chaplin will round up the highly anticipated, three the hard way of the '80s masters. Chaplin is known for hits such as Mad Chaplin, New Door fe Shut, Chalice Affi Burn, Throw Some Corn, Press Along, and Obeah Business.

The stalwart is expected to turn the heat up on December 26 at Jamworld in Portmore, the home of the greatest reggae and dancehall show on earth.

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