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Assassin was simply brilliant at Reggae Sumfest 2011 Featured

Archive Written by  AKA Saturday, 23 July 2011 04:47 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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Assassin a.k.a Agent Sasco is on the verge of musical greatness after yet another brilliant performance in front of one of the biggest dancehall crowds at Reggae Sumfest ever. He stamped his authority with a classy performance that showed why he is one of the top acts in dancehall today.

 

 

Assassin did not try to swing public opinion his way with the usual firecrackers, horns and whistles from partisans strategically set in the crowd of an 20,000 patrons. Instead, he relied on delivery, and a storyline to get his message across. He mesmerized the crowd during his energy-filled 25 minute set as sometimes they just sat in awe as he introduced each song and chatted with the crowd.

He used his powerful catalogue to good effect, getting one of the biggest forwards of the night for his hit Nothing At All, before following up with his current hit Run The Place. The 20,000 strong crowd inside the Catherine Hall venue sang along with Jah Guide and Protect.

 

 


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