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Boardhouse Records artiste Assassin will not be performing at a show dubbed 'A Back to School Benefit Performance' in Orlando this week alongside Lady Saw and Rupee after the "promoters failed to meet their commitments as set out in the artiste's booking contract".


"They never met their obligations, so we won't be attending and we just want Assassin's fans to know that he will not be in Orlando, Florida this weekend," Gareth Campbell, Assassin's manager said in a release.

Assassin has scored two number one hits this year so far with the breakout singles, Run the Place and Talk How Mi Feel. The deejay's controversial track, Dem Bad Inna Gang, which is featured on his label's Big Dog Riddim is getting a lot of power plays on FM radio. Last weekend, he appeared on two shows in Europe, the Reggae Jam Festival in Germany and the Reggae Geel Festival in Belgium. He also performed at Club Deep in Geneva, Switzerland.

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