After an energetic night of the 25th staging of Reggae Sumfest, at Catherine Hall, Montego Bay, St James, the lyrical heat of the Dancehall Night was just too epic! With the base of the line-up essentially centered around top local artistes, despite the Nigerian reggae act, Patoranking, and Canadian hip hop exponent, Tory Lanez on
After an energetic night of the 25th staging of Reggae Sumfest, at Catherine Hall, Montego Bay, St James, the lyrical heat of the Dancehall Night was just too epic!
With the base of the line-up essentially centered around top local artistes, despite the Nigerian reggae act, Patoranking, and Canadian hip hop exponent, Tory Lanez on dancehall night, there nonetheless appearance fire-powered and kept the crowd on a high.
On the female side, the celebrated ‘Greatest Reggae Show on Earth’ was represented by the Bounty Killer-influenced duo, K Queens; the saucy upcoming Shenseea; the always relevant, Tifa; and the now queen of the dancehall, Spice.
Shenseea clearly brings a new dimension to the stage, with good looks and controversy both heavily in the mix. Shenseea thanked the self-proclaimed ‘Worl Boss’ Vybz Kartel for helping her to get the big break in Dancehall last year during her debut performance on Reggae SumFest’s main stage.
Check out Shenseea performance at Reggae Sumfest Dancehall Night 2017.
Tifa with her typically sex-laced presentations, nevertheless her stage presents was well done with the help of her back ground dancers, to hold her own on stage.
Highlights of Tifa Performance at Reggae SumFest 2017.
Spice, ‘The Queen of The Stage’ arrived on a four-poster bed, replete with satin sheets and fluffy marabou pillows, to perform her bawdy hit, “Sheet.” As she tore through her catalog of rude gal, sex-positive songs—including “Romping Shop,” her Billboard-charting duet with Vybz Kartel—she quickly ditched her pink boudoir robe for a chain-encrusted gold bustier, then kicked off her heels. It was a perfect example of the artist’s fearless, ever-changing wardrobe—one that is redefining dancehall style.
On the male side, the male came out and put on an awesome performances at Reggae SumFest 2017.
Check out Spice performance at Reggae SumFest 2017.
In on the action veterans Harry Toddler, Ikel Marvelous and Singer J, all came and spark on the night.
Check Out Harry Toddler & Singer J performance at Reggae SumFest 2017.
Ding Dong & The Ravers deliver an high energy & fun-filled set.
Dexta Daps, conquered an appreciative Reggae Sumfest Dancehall Night crowd at Catherine Hall early Saturday morning, having the ladies screaming and shouting their approval of his set. Dexta Daps crooned his way into the ladies’ hearts for 26 minutes and they sapped up every every moment of it. In his final song, “Owner”, he brought on Lady Ice, the actress from his very seductive video, and they performed an enticing dance, before he left the stage.
Check Out Dexta Daps performance at Reggae SumFest 2017.
This is while Jahmiel represented the smooth, message music exponent on the stage with his catalog of songs.
Check out Jahmiel performance Reggae SumFest 2017.
Bounty Killer “The Veteran,” in his usual style, introduced most of his songs using current happenings to provide social commentaries and the audience kept their focus to every word. Bounty Killer also share his time on stage with “Genahsyde Boss” Masicka that was set performed but pull the plug because of contractual issues.
Check out Bounty Killer performance at Reggae SumFest 2017.
Movado with his Gullyside Band and back-up singers, dressed in black with “Gully written across the front of their T-shirts, Movado ran through his songs quickly – most of which he only did one verse or the intro, before moving on to the next. This gave the audience very little time to show appreciation for any of the songs.
Check Out Movado performance at Reggae SumFest 2017.
Aidonia, well dressed in his yellow suit delivered a banging set while dropping series of subliminal jabs at his longtime rival Masicka.
Check Out Aidonia Performance at Reggae SumFest 2017.
Alkaline dancehall sensation delivered an impressive performance at Reggae Sumfest, showing improved stage presence during the 30 minutes that he captivated the Catherine Hall, Montego Bay capacity audience. Alkaline has been putting thoughts and efforts behind his stage performance was when he called on saxophonist Dean Fraser to help him perform “Son Of A Queen,” which he dedicated to his mother.
Check out Alkaline performance at Reggae SumFest 2017.
Tommy Lee Sparta the closing act for the night had a short but memorable Reggae Sumfest Dancehall Night performance on the minds of the patrons that had waited for his closing performance at Catherine Hall in his hometown of Montego Bay, St James on Saturday morning. Audience members blew vuvuzelas, shouted, screamed and clapped in approval throughout Tommy Lee’s 10-minute set, reportedly shortened due to directives from the organizers who were facing time constraints.
Check out Tommy Lee performance at Reggae SumFest 2017.
Reggae Sumfest 2017 was too Epic! Looking forward for 2018…