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Bounty Killer, Beenie Man, and Cham captivated the audience at Ghetto Splash

The dancehall icons took the spotlight as they shared the stage at the event held in Waterhouse. Jah Vinci, Iwaata, and others also ignited the fans with their performances


Cham & Bounty Killer, once again excited the fans (Photo: Ace Pxl)


Highlighting a varied lineup featuring both established and emerging artists, the annual Ghetto Splash once again delivered an exhilarating event at its traditional venue, the Waterhouse mini-stadium in Kingston, on December 19.


Veteran performers like General B and Richie Stephens graced the stage alongside captivating artists such as Jah Vinci, who held the audience spellbound with a series of hit songs. Bugle, D'Angel, and other acts delivered their performances. The renowned dancers Energy and Pata Skeng displayed their skills, sharing the spotlight with the dancehall artist LaaLee.





The highlight of the night came with electrifying performances by dancehall legends Bounty Killer, Beenie Man, and Cham. The trio took the audience on a nostalgic journey with their classic hits, engaging in a memorable exchange of iconic verses on the microphone, evoking the golden age of dancehall. It was an unforgettable experience for all the old-school dancehall enthusiasts in attendance.


IWaata brought the house down with his latest single, "Tun It Odda," while Kash Promise Move injected additional energy into the event. Overall, Ghetto Splash, produced by Jamie Roberts, proved to be a crowd-pleasing spectacle.



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