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August 14, 2014
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Sparta hot in St Maarten - Tommy Lee left patrons wanting more

Tommy Lee Sparta onstage in St Maarten - Contributed

Gothic dancehall star, Tommy Lee Sparta, recently left his fans beseeching for more in St Maarten after an electrifying performance.

The Psycho singer was euphoric from the adoration he received at the jam-packed venue in St Peters. He performed an energetic 45-minute set, filled with hits from his vivacious catalogue. The event, which was hosted by the entertainer, was in respect of the Jamaica Independence Day activities.

Jamaicans residing in St Maarten were jubilant as they patriotically celebrated their homeland's Independence Day. Tommy Lee Sparta's much-anticipated appearance was well received, as fans had a whale of a time.

The audience sang in unison as Sparta reeled hits: Some Bwoy, Spartan Angel, Buss A Blank, Nuh Make Me Feel So, Mechanic, Tom And Jerry, We Want Paper, Informer, Whine Up and Dream, among others.

"Me feel good to come and perform for the people. You know they want the real yard vibes so they were really looking forward, so I couldn't disappoint," Tommy Lee Sparta enthusiastically shared.

An autograph session as well as a meet- and-greet followed the onstage excitement. Supporters got the opportunity to get up close and personal with the Uncle Demon singer. Tommy Lee Sparta's next performance is scheduled for Guadeloupe where he shares stage with International sensation Waka Flocka.

In September he is expected to perform in Panama, Costa Rica, Suriname and French Guiana. His latest releases, Outlaw, Pat It Up, and Bad Like We, which many interpret to be a Gage and Alkaline diss track, are swiftly gaining popularity. His new videos Pat It Up, Nymphomaniac, Whine Up and Dream are riding high with more than two million hits collectively over the past 30 days.

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