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May 31, 2014
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Mr Khool looks forward to Voom Voom charity event

Dancehall artiste Mr Khool is anticipating a good turnout for his Voom Voom Charity event today.

The party is being held to raise funds for a street people-feeding programme operated by Mr Khool and the Food Hut Restaurant in Mandeville. It will take place at the Village Hut, in Knockpatrick, Manchester.

"I'm getting a lot of positive feedback in the streets about the party. a lot of people tell me they are going to support it. I really want it to be a success, so we can continue to help the homeless people in Mandeville," said the artiste.

The party takes its name from his single, Voom Voom. Itwill feature the likes of Pink Panther, ZIP FM's ZJ Chrome, Niney Badness, DJ Cash Cash, Fada Hype and a host of other popular selectors and sound systems.

"This party is going to be a wonderful event. we have a lot of good selectors in the line-up and we have a very nice venue. Once the people turn up, they are going to have a very good time," said Mr Khool.

The hard-working deejay recently released a brand-new single, Nuh Inna Dat on Insight Records' 'Hunting' rhythm.

"This new tune have the place a way already. it just drop and a lot of people are talking about it already."

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