Rebel Salute 2014 A Major Hit - The Big Guns Performed Exceptionally Well

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While many of the top acts at Rebel Salute 2014 at Richmond Estate in St Ann provided pleasing performances on night two (Saturday), the likes of Bounty Killer, Capleton, Jah Cure, I Wayne, Bob Andy, Queen Ifrica, Pinchers, Louie Culture, Leroy Sibbles, Terry Linen and a masterful Admiral Tibet were exceptional.



Bounty, who was performing at Rebel Salute for the first time since the show's inception 21 years ago, delivered a mature set.

He all but had the crowd eating from his hands as the excitement became palatable on songs like Look Into My Eyes, Poor People Fed Up, Cyaa Believe Mi Eyes, Dangerously and Champagne and Candle Light.

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In fact, except for the few jabs he took at politicians, whom he accused of not looking after the people, and the young men who have made a habit of wearing ill-fitting pants, Bounty's trademark, 'cross, angry and miserable' persona was refreshingly missing from his performance.

The 'Fireman' Capleton, who closed the show shortly after 9 a.m., had an absolute ball with the fans who had braved the elements to await his performance.

In between delighting them with high energy and riveting lyrics from songs like Tun It Up, Bun A Fire, Woman Mi Lotion, Everybody and Small World, Capleton at times had the crowd operating as both an unsolicited choir and a fitness class.

Jah Cure, who also performed throughout rainy bouts, was like a master on a mission to please. Asked to shorten his set, he abandoned his pre-planned playlist, delivering just the hits. It resonated well with the fans, as he operated as though he was serenading them with songs such as Divide and Rule, When I Find That Girl, Love Is, Call On Me and awesome Unconditional Love.

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