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Capleton is ready to let loose in Montego Bay this weekend

Shango is about to return to the St James's stages for the "Turn Me Loose Jamz". "Quality artiste with quality catalog giving a real show", the artiste shared

Capleton, heading to mobay once again (Jamar Cleary)

Energetic Reggae act Capleton is anticipating a great show this saturday night in Montego Bay ,St James. The artiste whose last appearance in the second largest city was at Jamaica Rum Festival last June, is happy to give fans his usual brand of energy and vibe on stage for "Turn Me Loose Jamz" at Catherine Hall stadium.

Organized by well-known dub plate guru Oniel Famous alongside his overseas partners Garth Nature Muzik; Turn Me Loose Jamz spawned out of the love for the dub school era and Oniel Famous’ respect for those artistes who he believes still bring joy to dancehall and reggae lovers worldwide.

"It's a good move to bring this kind of entertainment to the people all across the globe. Quality artiste with quality catalog giving a real show. The fans will enjoy themselves and I will enjoy giving them a full performance," Capleton shared.

will share his powerful catalog on stage (Jamar Cleary)

Also set to grace the stage are stalwarts in music like; Junior Cat, Josey Wales, Singer J, Admiral Tibbet, Professor Nuts, Nitty Kutchie, Terry Ganzie, I-Wayne, and more. music will play by Metro Media sound and the immortal Stone Love Sound by legendary selector, Billy Slaughter.

"I grew up listening to hits from great reggae pioneers and dub giants and I believe there is a place for them even now. Montego Bay is a great city for this event because it gives both local residents and overseas visitors the opportunity to enjoy the great pioneers in Jamaican music, there is a void and we are filling that void with Turn me Loose Jamz,” Oniel Famous explained.

The event will be looking at additional stagings locally and overseas with the intent on growing the culture and the nation in general.

The Fully veteran artistes line up


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