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Pamputtae thrills Short Pants Magnum beach party Featured

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Pamputtae delivered a dynamic performance in front of a screaming crowd of cheering fans during the Short Pants Magnum Beach party in Tobago, last weekend.

In a packed nightclub, she performed a medley of her dancehall hits
such as Goody Good, Stress Free, and Hungry Belly. Then she switched
into high energy soca mode, performing her soca hits such as Jump Pon
a Man, Wining Master and Drive Me Good. The crowd cheered her on and
delighted in her extra-curricular activities that demanded maximum
crowd participation.

"The show sell off, it was a great crowd, they participated and had a
lot of energy. I got some performers to come onstage with me, mi do ah
Fluffy vs Slim contest but the fluffy girl was powerful, she grabbed a
mawga man and fling him up inna the air...the crowd loved it, one
bagga excitement and ting," Pamputtae said in a release.

In the meantime, Pamputtae's Swag single continues to do well in
Caribbean islands such as Barbados, The Bahamas and St. Kitts. Her
'Small Axe' combination featuring QQ is also very popular in the local
dances. Pamputtae heads to Guyana for a show on Easter Monday. She
will leave the island on Saturday.

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