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April 9, 2013
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Non-stop energy at Magnum Overdose

The patrons who attended the pool party edition of the ever-growing event Magnum Overdose, held at the Sterling Villa complex in Old Harbour, St Catherine, were treated to an array of entertainment as each of the selectors delivered very good performances, much to their delight.

Non-stop energy seemed to have become common ground for the event, which is kept every last Friday of each month by Old Harbour's promoter extraordinaire Conroy Samuels. But, even with a venue change there was an influx of people ready and raving to go.

However, it was not until DJ British took over at the turntables that the event began to pick up to its truest potential. The Miami-based selector was in a no-nonsense mood as he began with Sizzla Kalonji's No Way, Mavado's Full Clip and Real McCoy and Chan Dizzy's Hello Badmind.

The event went on to another level with a string songs from both hip hop and dancehall. The women revelled during this period as songs such as RDX's Kotch, Konshens and Darrio's Siddung and Kalado's Make Me Feel were just the sort of injection needed to increase the already high-octane tempo.

Other notable performances came from Chub Roc, Fire Wayne and DJ Jon Jon.

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