Climatic face-offs on Magnum Kings and Queens


April 07, 2016
Contributed Blindz (l) aimed fiery lyrics at D'Agent (r) during the heated face-off between the two. Blindz came out victorious which heralded the end of D'Agent's journey on MKQ
Contributed Rae Dyance (l) walked away with the votes as she demolished Kadijah during Saturday night's female face-off.
Contributed Castle Red contestant Skillarchy made it clear that he's in it to win it with his delivery of Money Me A Pree.
Contributed Winner of Magnum's social media giveaway reps for Team Mizza Bling as she is presented with a pair of exclusive Magnum head phones by one of the Magnum Vixens.
Contributed Tequilla took control of the stage in a militant mood in her performance.
Contributed Dwayne Johnson added style to the venue with his boom box inspired wooden guitar strung up with lights.
Contributed Recording artiste Don Andre and Mark Telfer, Brand Manager for Magnum Tonic Wine proved that they were the cool kids at Saturday night live show.

It was a fiery and historical staging of the Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall talent series as four contestants battled for prime spot in the competition.

The contestant face-offs saw lyrical clashes between Castle Red's Blindz against D'Agent and Kadijah against Rae Dyance that seemed to resonate with the audience at D'Entrance on Constant Spring Road.

Kadijah and D'Agent, as a result, departed this year's season of the show, while Blindz and Rae Dyance advance to compete for $1 million and the crown.

A very proud Blindz, who won the face-off, had a warning for his fellow contestants. "Look out for Blindz. Give thanks for the face-off. Shellings, crush road, dust road," he said.

This week's show also revealed outstanding performances from Skillarchy and Tequilla. Skillarchy connected with the audience with his song, A Money Mi A Pree.

"Me sing things that people can relate to, pure conscious things. The melody and flows are catchy. People can sing my songs for years to come," he said.

Meanwhile, Tequila is confident about a career after the Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall. "At first, when I came on the stage I was nervous, but after a while I realised I could interact with the crowd. It's a simple thing. Just come with your A-game. The crowd love me from the money song. When I finish Magnum, I plan to take to another level. I see myself five years on tour to Europe, you know, all over the place."

The sixth live performance show of Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall Season 9, takes place on Saturday, at D'Entrance on Constant Spring Road. The show airs live on Saturdays at 9:30 p.m. and repeats on Tuesdays at 11:30 p.m. and Thursdays at 11 p.m. on TVJ.

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