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Deva Bratt and Iyara face off at Club Riddim Featured

Entertainment News Written by  PHLEXX Thursday, 17 November 2011 16:39 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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Patrons got a taste of what could potentially be the next best feud in the world of dancehall with a face off between Iyara and Deva Bratt in the Club Riddim last night. CHECK OUT DEVA BRATT'S NEW SINGLE at http://www.box.net/s/nsut3jrs4mmvavyszlga

The best performers were: Khyda, Maestro and Sashae. Portland based artiste, Ras Manasseh came with his throng of supporters who added vibes and energy to STING FACE OFF WEDNESDAYZ . Code Red and Flava Unit were at their best. Selectors Badda Bling and Chris Dymond who were the MCs for the evening were in exceptional form. They were joined on stage by Pretty Boy Floyd who added his own unique style to the evening.

At about 2:30am, the war zone got extra hot. SPL promised something special and the patrons were not disappointed. Deva Bratt, during his exciting performance, sent out a threat to Iyara for him to come on stage “if im bad!!” Iyara made his way to the stage where both artistes launched into a lyrical war. It was definitely “Lyrics fi yuh money…tune fi tune”. As soon as it started to get hot, the promoters stepped in and said everybody had to come to STING to see how the clash will end. The patrons were left excited and are looking forward to great things at STING on December 26th. What a vibe!! There will definitely be more than Rumours of War at STING this year.

STING FACE OFF WEDNESDAYZ continues next Wednesday with the College Link Up Edition at Club Riddim and will feature DI and Tommy Lee.

Stay tuned for more information on FROST and STING: Candy Cane(Club Riddim) December 25th, STING: Rumours of War (Jamworld) -December 26th , Skinz: Dripping Wet (Sugarman’s Beach) - December 27th and Rub A Dub (Backstage, Jamworld) - January 1st. Follow STING on Twitter @reggaesting, join their Facebook page, Reggae Sting and visit their website www.stingjamaica.com.jm for the latest updates.

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