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Dancehall artiste Vershon is one of the most eagerly anticipated artistes who will grace the Reggae Sumfest stage on Dancehall night on Friday, July 22. 

 

The artiste, who began his career in 2014 with the release of Boom promises a brilliant onstage set.

"The rehearsals went really well, so mi ah go surprise the fans with a great performance that people will talk about for days after," a confident Vershon said. 

The artiste is known for the hit song such as  Ruff Up Di World and Inna Real Life as well as Used to Hungry.

He also said that he has new songs to unleash at the 'Greatest Reggae Show on Earth'.

"People like to hear new stuff," he said, planning to drop two of his latest releases into the mix. 

Two such songs include 'Mercy a God' produced by Lee Miller, and 'Seven Days', produced by Ainsley 'Notnice' Morris on the popular Ovadweet riddim.

The deejay heads to Costa Rica for a performance on July 30th immediately after his Reggae Sumfest show.  

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