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Chris Demontague impresses alongside Ludacris at Ms. Jamaica Universe Featured

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Pop-reggae singer Chris Demontague performed at the Ms. Jamaica Universe 2011 over the weekend thrilling the small audience with his apple sweet vocal harmonies.

 

During his first segment which began after 1 a.m., he did a reggae rendition of Walk Away from Love and was greeted with applause from an appreciative audience. Then he segued neatly into a brand new indian pop song called 'When You Love Somebody', while his four beautiful dancers
gyrated their lovely bodies. He closed the segment with his ultra popular single, Lost Your Number.

Chris opened the second segment with his flagship single, Missing You, energising the audience with an electrifying performance.
He closed his set with I've Been Loving You.
The other major performer on the show was US rapper Ludacris who gave a delightful, high energy 30 minute set. Hitting the stage in a red T shirt and camouflage shorts, he he got the audience on its feet and waving hands as they sang his huge hits like Act the Fool, and Pimpin All Over the World.
 
He was ably assisted by his sidekick and 'hypeman' DJ Flame, to do hits like When I move You Move
and Stand Up which rejuvenated the audience.

Ludacris has won three Grammy Awards from his 17 nominations and earned a Screen Actors Guild award for Outstanding Cast in a Motion Picture for the 2005 film Crash
 


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