The 31st staging of Magnum Sting pulled thousands of patrons to Jamworld in Portmore. The highly anticipated “two shows in one night” event saw stellar performances from numerous leading reggae acts and scorching hot Dancehall stars. Among the top contenders for the most phenomenal presentation of the night were the fire man Capleton, talented Reggae singer Tarrus Riley and new sensation Gully Bop.
The most prominent dancehall event in the world, credited over the years with breaking new stars on the scene, pulled a massive audience eagerly anticipating the man of the moment Gully Bop. He delivered an exciting climax to the festival close to 7 AM in the morning. His vocal delivery, lyrical prowess and interaction with the audience put Jamworld in a frenzy. Not only was he a crowd favorite at the venue but the most significant attraction for online viewers. The hashtag GullyBop trended on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for hours on December 27th.
Capleton did not disappoint with a professional stage set, he ruled as master at Magnum Sting. His fire blazing consumed on-lookers. The Cyaan Cool king slewed with hits from his discography such as: Lotion Man, Everybody, hands Off, That Day Will Come, Who Dem and Raggy Road. Flags and Hands waved throughout his production as well as fire torches in approval of a job well done.
Impressive performances hit the stage from acts such as Alliance bred Kalado, Demarco, Kabaka Pyramid, Exco Levi, Ikaya, Ataru and Sashae and among many others. The production of Magnum Sting 2014 was remarkable: lights, sound and stage were first world.