Monday, April 15, 2024

Reggae High


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THE BAJAN ARTISTES had the new Reggae Village burning hot yesterday evening.

The opening acts had the very large crowd at the Digicel Reggae On The Beach jamming at Pierhead Lane, Bridgetown.

Stiffy had a plan and it was to please the females. And that he did.

Giving them some much-needed advice on how to “keep” their men, Dr Stiffy then taught the very enthusiastic “patients” the best way to ride a bicycle and take a selfie.

Celebrity, who had just returned to the island, showed why he is so well loved by the Canadians. After a number of other locals acts, one of the Jamaican headliners, Gully Bop, took to the stage to further thrill the thousands. (SDB Media)




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