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July 3, 2014
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Magnum Run Road Tour stirs up May Pen
Shanique Samuels, Star Writer


Scenes during the Magnum Run Road Tour in May Pen, Clarendon, on Saturday night. - Shanique Samuels


Scenes during the Magnum Run Road Tour in May Pen, Clarendon, on Saturday night. - Shanique Samuels

The Magnum Run Road Tour created mayhem in May Pen, Clarendon, on Saturday night as it made its second stop in a series of promotional road tours islandwide.

The event was held at the old police station in the capital and pulled hundreds of patrons, who came out to see some of the contestants and the winners of the recently concluded Magnum King and Queen of Dancehall competition.

The patrons rocked to Hydal's Likkle Board House and Sim Sim's Chiney Song before they shouted Twinny, Twinny, Twinny at the Vibes Twins. Everyone knew it was Krushal when he did the crowd's favourite, Not A Discipline, while Candy K reminded them she wasn't only Lyrically Bad.

Dancehall artiste Spice was the night's main act and she did not disappoint. Spice gave an arousing and well-executed performance that thrilled the audience and left them begging for more of one of her latest hits, A So Mi Like It.

Magnum's Group Brand Manager Sophia Fairman said the road tour was Magnum's way of rewarding its loyal customers.

"This is our way of rewarding our customers. the party is free of cost and provides high-energy entertainment while the patrons enjoy Magnum bucket deals all night," she shared. "Magnum is a very dynamic brand that is always very true and authentic to Jamaica, and we will continue to bring this high-energy entertainment to our consumers."

Early entertainment was provided by the Magnum dancers and MC Rogers, who did many giveaways.

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