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Sting 2012, the greatest one-night reggae show on Earth starring Aidonia, Bounty Killer, Chronixx, Daville, Gyptian, I-Wayne, Khago, Mavado, Popcaan, Spice, Tommy Lee Sparta, Zamunda, Sizzla Kalonji, and Romain Virgo to name a few. Busy Signal is also slated to hit the stage.
Ninja Man On Stage Interview
After confirming that this year will be his last Sting performance, the “Don Gorgon” Ninja Man is setting his sights on the opening of his new business venture.
On Saturday, Ninja Man is set to open the new Ninja Man Central Park Entertainment Centre and Sports Complex in Ocho Rios, Jamaica.
City view from the Tower of the Wyndham Kingston
The WYNDHAM Kingston is the host hotel for STING 2012, the greatest one night reggae show on earth. Take advantage of the EXCLUSIVE STING Special – single occupancy RATE USD100.00, double occupancy USD110.00 (breakfast not included) . The special STING rate is available from December 23rd – 30th 2012.
STING 2012 this year will have something a little different – young reggae acts. The event’s promoters are hoping the difference will create the best Sting in the outing’s 29-year history.
In collaboration with DownSound Records, Sting will have a segment called Four The Hard Way, where rising stars Chronixx, Droop Lion, Jahsent and Iba Mahr will be the featured acts. According to Supreme’s CEO, Isaiah Laing, “These four young men we predict to be the next big names of reggae, just wait and see. We have been doing this for years and have an eye for spotting true talent.”
Chronixx, given name Jamar McNaughton, has been steadily making progress with his career. This month sees the young musician embarking on his first overseas tour with performances for South America, Europe and California. His popularity internationally appears to have arrived more quickly than local interest has been able to keep pace with.
Kenya and Sweden have embraced the singer as his track, ‘Behind The Curtains’, is a hit there. With his music being heard more frequently now on Jamaican airwaves, his songs ‘Beat and A Mic,’ ‘Warrior,’ ‘Rain Music’ and ‘Odd Ras’ have all gained recognition, expanding his growing hometown fan-base.