Rygin King dominates Reggae Sumfest Dancehall Night

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Dancehall artiste Rygin King was perhaps the biggest surprise act to come out of Reggae Sumfest this year. 

Rygin King, clad in white, took the stage to resounding applause and basically took charge. With lyrics flowing with consummate ease, the 23-year-old Glendevon native was all passion as he bounced around the stage, delivering his hard-core lyrics, much the delight of the fans waving banners with his picture, and urging him on with the roars of approval

 He perhaps had a lot to prove, as many, save for some in his hometown of Montego Bay, have never seen him in action on stage.


Rygin King said that he was well aware he had to prove himself worthy of being called dancehall's youngest king. The latter, he said, fuelled his performance as he did not want to be given the crown based on the fact that he was on home soil.



Delivering songs such as Tuff, Learn and How Me Grow, by the end of the night the artiste was dubbed by many as the best act on Dancehall Night.

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