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August 2, 2014
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Mr Khool sure of his place as a Dancehall Great

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Dancehall artiste Damean Carter, aka Mr Khool, is confident that he will soon become one of the big names in Dancehall music.

To some people, the humble Manchester native might seem a bit cocky, but he has good reasons to believe that his ascension in dancehall music is sure. In recent times, Mr Khool has become a crowd pleaser at events because of his uncanny ability to deliver show-stopping performances, despite not having a lot of popular songs.

"Anyone who has seen me perform will tell you I am a very good stage performer. When I am on stage, it's like I am on fire; I get the whole place excited because I always deliver a blazing performance for my fans," he said.

Mr Khool recently displayed his mastery on stage at a number of events, including the Little Ochie Seafood Festival, where he earned three encores and had to decline a fourth in order to make way for the other acts on the line-up.

"There's only one word to describe my performance at Little Ochie: exciting. The fans didn't want me to leave the stage, I was called back on stage four times, but the last time I did not return. Every year I work on that show, the same thing happens; I'm always a top performer at the Little Ochie Seafood Festival," said Mr Khool.

He was also afforded the opportunity to connect with patrons at Reggae Sumfest when he was called on stage by his Insight Records stable mate Konfydence on Dancehall Night.

He is booked to perform at the Manchester People's Choice Awards & Business Expo today at the Belair High School. On Wednesday, he will be in action alongside Jahvinci at the Lewis Town Sports Complex in Brampton St Elizabeth. On Friday, he will be the guest artiste at the Pink & Black Affair Pool Party at Levi's Sports Bar in Mandeville.

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