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December 13, 2013
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Harry Toddler ready for Sting

Harry Toddler

Downsound recording artiste Harry Toddler is looking forward to his upcoming performance at Sting 30.

The former Scare Dem Crew member who shot to popularity under the guidance of Bounty Killer during the late '90s, says he's going to Sting to deliver a memorable performance.

"I am looking forward to Sting, it's the 30th anniversary of Sting and it's going to be a big celebration. I plan to go there and give the people a wonderful performance. I'm really looking forward to go there to have fun, too. I want to watch the veterans like Super Cat, Ninja Man, Peter Metro, Burro Banton, and Admiral Bailey perform."

Toddler also stated, "I respect all the veterans, all the legends of dancehall music who set the pace for us to follow. I feel proud of myself and the work I have done during the '90s with Scare Dem. those early days have helped to mould me into a professional solo artiste. Everywhere I go all over the world, people still request the songs I did during the Scare Dem days. I have to perform Dance the Angel and all of my older songs overseas all the time," said the artiste.

The hard-working deejay is currently promoting a new single titled Feisty and Rich.

"This song is dedicated to the people who have their own things, they don't have to beg nobody, it's all about being independent," he said.

Sting 30 will take place at Jam World in Portmore on December 26.

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