Gully Bop scored big on his debut Reggae Sumfest appearance delivering a sensational set which delighted the appreciative patrons at Dancehall Night here at Catherine Hall Entertainment Centre.
The exciting performer connected with ‘Dem no Bad like Me’, ‘Wuck offa Me’ and more.
But it was his freestyle lyrics, laced with humour, which had the audience in stitches.
Dancehall lyricist Bugle also delivered a satisfying set.
His conscious lyrics to songs such as ‘We Naw Work With That’, ‘Proud a who me is’,’ Anointed and No Compatible’, resonated with the audience.
Among the highlight of the son of Coreville Gardens’ act was his use of the Answer riddin to perform versions of Beenie Man, Buju Banton and Bounti Killa tunes.
Dexta Daps was greeted with wild screams from the women during his maiden performance.
The Sumfest debutant gave a memorable performance and maintained connection with especially his female fans with songs like ‘Morning Love’, ‘Jealous Ova’, ‘Miss You Love’, and his smash hit ‘7 Eleven’.
The Seaview Gardens native hit the stage following an electrifying performance from Ding Dong and Ravers Clavers who kept the patrons entertained with a plethora of dance moves.
The group prompted patrons to ‘Do the Right Thing’, ‘Low Me’, ‘Siva’, ‘Willie Bounce’, ‘Dancehall moves Gas’, ‘Bad Man Forward’ and more.