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June 14, 2014
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Spice hails Caymanas Live

DANCEHALL artiste Spice is still singing the praises of the Caymanas Park crowd following her performance at last Saturday's McKay Security Caymanas Park Live Entertainment Series.

Appearing as the fourth artiste of the series following Busy Signal, I-Octane, Tifa and Alkaline, Spice described her two-part set as being well received.

"I performed twice, during the break and at the end - two sets of half hour performances. The people were cheering and having fun. After the event, people were sharing pictures and clips on Facebook and Instagram," she said.

Spice, who rose to prominence out of Portmore where she was raised and attended school, had promised to pull out all her fans to Caymanas Park, including children.

"It was a great performance and I enjoyed it. As for the kids, that was easy for me. I have done a lot of schools stuff, so I didn't go raunchy Spice, I adjusted. That's something I can do easily," she pointed out.

Mingling with the crowd, Spice said, was special to her, something dancehall artistes don't often do.

"I mixed and mingled with the crowd, took pictures with people and pulled out some to perform onstage. It was great interaction. I even had women in a dance-off and men betting on them," she added.

Her latest song, So Mi Like It, got the biggest response from the Caymanas crowd, who will today be thrilled by two contrasting acts on McKay Security Derby Day - rocksteady era Ken Boothe and dancehall star, Ninja Man.

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