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Starface impresses at Dovey Magnum all-female stage show

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Konsequence Muzik recording artiste Starface thrilled the audience at Dovey Magnum's show in New Kingston on December 28th. 

She hit the stage singing 'Top Klass', and then earned a big forward for an x-rated song called 'Inna Mi Hole' where she got a big cheer for the line 'no fish caan hinde mi hole'. She then bigged up all the 'bad female artistes' before she called up Stylysh to the stage. Stylysh did four songs before Starface reignited her set with a gun song, and then did her chart-rider 'Ready' where he got another huge forward. She then attempted to exit the stage but the crowd would have none of it and kept chanting her name. 


She took an encore and returned the stage to perform her latest hit, 'Ride It' featuring Maestro Don. She instructed the deejay to play the TV track with Maestro Don's voice and then jumped into the crowd where the girls surrounded her and sang the lyrics word for word.


The show featured a full female line up which included Tifa, Yanique Di Curvy Diva, Shauna Chynn and Dovey Magnum herself.

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