I-Octane Ignites Christmas Reggae Extravaganza Stage Show Christmas Night 2013

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It was a festive affair and a night of top dancehall acts that took the stage at the 13th staging of the ever-popular G.T. Taylor Christmas Reggae Extravaganza stage show on Christmas night at Independence Park in Black River, St Elizabeth, but in the end it was I-Octane who really had the venue swinging with a superlative closing performance.



Octane showed just why he is regarded the best closer in the business, bringing the big crowd to its feet inside the venue, as he reeled off hit after hit, following excellent stints by Capleton and Ninja Man in combination.

The two ripped into their vast array of hits, pleasing the patrons, who were held in rapt attention as the two dancehall veterans traded songs.

Capleton was his inimitable self, blazing the fire in contrast to the sometimes comedic utterances of Ninja Man.

The Don Gorgon was not to be contained and had the crowd eating from his hands before "loaning" the microphone to a boy no older than eight years old. Calling the youth his grandson, the boy also had the crowd at his mercy.

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