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July 11, 2014
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Breakout artistes for Reggae Sumfest Dancehall night


The 22nd staging of Reggae Sumfest kicks off with breakout artiste Alkaline, Kalado, Ryme Minista, Baby Tash, Loyal Flames, Gage and Konfydence representing for the next generation in dancehall.

These acts have been taking over the airwaves with their brand of dancehall and will make their main-stage appearance on Dancehall night, Thursday, July 17.

Baby Tash and Konfydence are set to represent for the ladies on stage. Konfydence will perform her buzz-worthy tracks Some Bwoy A Bait and Greatest Wine to a new audience. Tashon 'Baby Tash' Williams said her third year on the main stage, will be one to remember as she performs Mix Up and Facebook.

Montego Bay natives Ryme Minista, Masterbling and Rickey Teetz will greet their home town from the main stage and hope to take their music mainstream.

Rickey Teets will get to see and hear his full range at this premier music show with Lighters Up and Tip Yuh.

Last year, Alkaline, with a recognisable look - tattooed eyeballs - and unique sound, dropped hits such as 123, Things Mi Love, Summa Deh Yah, Nuttin But Badmind, Gone Away, and Not A Slack Song. His fans will have to watch and see if Alkaline will perform his hot collaboration, Wild Love, with Sumfest veteran Spice.

Kalado will have the ladies in the audience also listening out for Good Good and Personally.

Masterbling, who was once called Mr Bling, is onstage with his latest single, Gallis, on the 'Cannon Ball' rhythm, while Ryme Minista is expected to perform Black Yiy Sprat and Searching For My Rights.

Clarendon natives Gage and Loyal Flames are also on the performance roster. Gage burst on to the scene in 2013 and had a host of hits with his young fans. Boom Boom, Garrison and Gaza Defender are some must-do tracks for Gage while Loyal Flames has a brand of passionate music that should make an impact on the Catherine Hall crowd.

Baby Tash


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