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December 11, 2013
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Big performance by Ginjah at Weddy Weddy

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Fans are still talking about the tantalising performance that Ginjah delivered at last week's staging of the popular Weddy Weddy street dance at Stone Love's headquarters, located on Burlington Avenue in Kingston.

Performing on the Kingston Music Week edition of Weddy Weddy Wednesdays, Ginjah delivered what can be best described as a show-stopping performance.

Taking the stage some time after 3 a.m., clad in a black and green outfit, the tall Rastafarian singer wooed the massive crowd by performing songs such as Music Alone, The Prayer, Never Lost My Way, and his monster hit Sweet Killer.

Every song he performed was met with huge forwards from the crowd. One of the high points of his performance was when he delivered an improvised rendition of Sam Cooke's classic A Change Is Gonna Come.

"The vibes at Weddy Weddy was very good, I delivered a real high-energy performance for the people. It was really good to see how they responded to my songs, and the forwards for Sweet Killer were crazy. And when I did the Sam Cooke tune, the people went wild. I thrilled them with some soul-stirring reggae music and they were very appreciative of it," said Ginjah.

Ginjah is booked to perform at this year's staging of the Boom Energy Drink GT Taylor's Christmas Reggae Extravaganza on December 25 in Black River, St Elizabeth.

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