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January 4, 2014
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Ginjah ignites shows over the Christmas

Reggae singer Ginjah recently delivered an excellent performance at Boom Energy Drink GT Taylor's Christmas Reggae Extravaganza. Appearing onstage some time after 1 a.m., he opened his performance with his 2009 hit, 'Never Lost My Way', which drew huge forwards from the audience.

From then onwards, the dapperly dressed singer could do no wrong, the audience lapped up every minute of his performance. Reeling off songs such as Music Alone, Prayer and an improvised version of Sam Cooke's, A Change Gonna Come, he stamped his class on the show.

When he delivered his smash hit, Sweet Killer, the place was in a frenzy. The performance of the song was met by an almost deafening roar of approval from the crowd. Ginjah had to pull up Sweet Killer several times before closing his set.

Lean and positive

"My performance at GT Taylor's show was very good. I love the vibes I received from the fans. The people gave me a lot of love, the energy was clean and positive," said Ginjah.

A few nights later, Ginjah delivered another wonderful performance at Stone Love's 41st anniversary celebrations which was held at the Spanish Town Oval in Spanish Town.

"The love from the audience at Stone Love's anniversary was so great, it was like the people never wanted me to stop singing. They could not get enough of Ginjah, but there's a lot more to come," said the artiste.

Ginjah is already booked to perform on a number of events in 2014.

"I'm really looking forward to performing on more local shows, my management is currently in negotiations with several promoters, so I know the local fans will see more of Ginjah this year. I'm also booked for a number of overseas shows."

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