Bounty Killer has females swooning on Jamrock cruise
High fashion, wicked sound clashes and an overall celebration of reggae music and its culture were the highlights of the Ocho Rios to Falmouth leg of the annual seafaring excursion Welcome to Jamrock.
There was absolutely no time for snoozing on Monday night as the thousands of passengers aboard the Independence of the Seas vessel gathered outside the 11th deck to enjoy igniting performances from the Marley brothers, Jah Cure and Bounty Killer.
Bounty proved to be quite a charmer for his female fans as he dedicated most of his set to them and had them gyrating to songs like Wutliss Bwoy, Stucky and Living Dangerously.
"Mi had to put on mi short shorts tonight cuz a Killer a work," said social media blooger/author Tina Chin, as she made her way towards the stage.
Similar sentiments were echoed by other females in the audience, one of whom was heard telling her friend that she needed the "Warlord to get cross and angry on her body".
The live performances were not the only attraction on the Welcome to Jamrock cruise as guests could also partake in other activities, such as a football tournament, sound clash, domino tournament and Kamp Kamila with fitness expert Kamila McDonald.
The Jamrock voyage continued yesterday in Falmouth after which it will cruise into Fort Lauderdale on Thursday.