Octane gets mature loving at Montpelier
Dancehall hotshot artiste I-Octane captured the imagination of patrons who attended the annual Montpelier agricultural show in St James on Monday night and even won himself a new woman.
With his dreadlocks flowing, I-Octane, while going through his set, spotted an older woman in the crowd and called her on stage.
The woman obliged and treated I-Octane to some romantic dance moves, and the crowd loved it.
But there were some younger female fans who, seemingly, wanted to be close to the dancehall star.
The entertainment segment of the Montpelier agricultural show was kick-started by young and upcoming artistes from western Jamaica who were given a chance to showcase their talents.
A feature of the entertainment package was the farm queen competition, which was won by Safiya Clennon. First runner-up was Jamie Colquhoun and second runner-up was Zandraleisha Eccleston.