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January 3, 2014
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Artistes shine at Christmas Extravaganza

Ninja Man (left) and Capleton rocked the stage at the Boom Energy Drink GT Taylor's Christmas Extravaganza stage show in St Elizabeth, recently. - Contributed

Anyone who was in attendance at the recently held Boom Energy Drink GT Taylor's Christmas Extravaganza stage show in St Elizabeth, can attest to the fact that Capleton and Ninja Man were two of the best acts of the night.

As a matter of fact, the two veteran deejays delivered what could be described as a show-stealing performance.

Capleton was the first to hit the stage. Backed by the Ruff Kut band, the 'King of Fire' was in a no-nonsense mood as he served up several of his biggest hits which had the crowd going wild.

However, the vibe intensified when he was joined on stage by the 'Don Gorgon' Ninja Man. Digging deep into their catalogues, both artistes performed several of their older hits such as Lotion Man, Send For Protection, Good So and Long Fi Release, much to the delight of the huge audience in attendance.

Midway their performance Ninja Man said to Capleton, "A new tune time." Then both artistes took turns reeling off brand-new lyrics that ignited the crowd.

After the new tune segment, it was time for more familiar hits such as Small World, Ninja Mi Ninja and Light Up The Chalice.

By the time Ninja Man and Capleton exited the stage, it was clear that the crowd had received what they came for, as many patrons began streaming out of the venue, leaving behind just a fraction of the huge audience.

Louie Culture was another stand out act of the night, he delivered an excellent performance.

He unleashed a plethora of hits that made him one of the most sought after dancehall deejays in the 90s. Among some of the hits he performed were Bogus Badge, Ganga Lee, Excellence, Foundation From Birth, Old Before Dem Young and Nanco.

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