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Lady Saw and Target Systems for DNA event on November 29th in Junction @prgirl876 @one876 Featured

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The community of Junction will be bracing for the third staging of Dancehall Nice Again (DNA) at Pines Plaza in Junction, St. Elizabeth on Saturday, November 29.
"This year promises to be bigger and better. Persons are not really going out to dances like that any more so we have an added incentive of visibility to listen and interact with their favourite artiste. This year we will be having a live performance from the Queen of Dancehall Lady Saw and we guarantee you she will bring it," Al Delano who is the organiser behind the event, said. "As with time we are here to get bigger and better. The first staging was done in collaboration with Jamaica 50 and featured a three sound play off. The second staging was with the "hot ras" I-Octane himself and now this with Lady Saw, "oh gosh man, a mad ting!" he said enthusiastically. This year will featuring the veteran Stone Love and Manchester based Target Systems who has been doing exceptionally well. "Right now Target Systems is getting better, we have alot of events linked up and we are getting bookings right thru. Target Systems next big event is Cut Dem Off which will be held at Above Rocks, Knockpatrick in January 2015 alongside Bass Odyssey and that will be crazy," Delano said. The 'Heels On' deejay recently launched her album recently - a 14-track studio album, Alter Ego, under her label, Diva Records. The album features collaborations with Beres Hammond, Estelle, Ali Campbell of UB40, and Flo-Rida. Judging by her latest singles, Hoping and Me & Mi X. Lady Saw, who teamed up with VP records to distribute the album, is celebrating 25 years in the business. She will be celebrating with her fans in St. Elizabeth this month as she adds some extra sizzle to the holiday season. "It's going to be crazy. Junction no good again!!!" Delano said.
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