Last chance ... Final Magnum audition for Kingston tomorrow

December 15, 2017
Prince Junior was among the persons who turned out for the May Pen auditions held last Saturday.
Dancehall artiste Esco expects fireworks at the Kingston auditions.

The final Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall audition will take place at the Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre tomorrow.

Hundreds of hopefuls have so far turned up for auditions across the island for a chance to compete for $1.5 million and the crown for Season 11 of the talent competition.

The journey kicked off on November 18, 2017 in Savanna-la-Mar, Westmoreland. A large number of aspiring artistes showed up to flaunt their talents for the first of five auditions for the Season 11 of Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall talent competition. The crowds only grew for the other auditions held in Ocho Rios, Portmore, and May Pen.

Preliminary judge Matthew 'Esco' Thompson has high expectations for the talent pool that will turn up for the Kingston audition.

"Kingston is a factory when it comes to the music coming out of Jamaica. So I have high expectations for the kind of talent that is going to turn out. I know we will have people returning from other auditions, however, I am sure we will get some solid acts coming out of Kingston. I've been impressed so far, and I feel that Kingston will be as good or even better," he said.

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