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I Octane 'shells down' Guyana Featured

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For a moment one had to wonder if they were on Jamaican soil or in Guyana as torches blazed for Digicel Brand Ambassador I-Octane in his first performance in Guyana. The occasion was the celebration of Digicel's fifth anniversary in that island at its National Park on Friday February 17, 2012.


The singjay blasted on stage with  his usual burst of energy singing No Love  Inna Dem, which had his  fans screaming and hands in the air.  The pressure intensified when  he drew for hits such as My Life, Nuh Ramp Wid Wi and Lose A Friend. It  was sweet nostalgia when he went into his catalogue of old hits which  included Stab Vampire and Different Page.

But it was when he did his two  newest songs Jah Jah and Nah Eat that I-Octane got the surprise of his life.  He received the biggest forward for those songs!

"I didn't know it had taken  off so much in Guyana, why even a lot of my fans in Jamaica don't know it  yet," he said after his performance.

Following I-Octane's hour-long  fiery performance on stage it was time for R&B singer Keri Hilson. She  could do no wrong the music lovers there and scored with songs such as Return  The Favour, Slow Dance and How Does It Feel.

The sibling group Morgan Heritage  brought the curtains down on the show in fine style performing hits such as  Down By The River, Don't Haffi Dread, Best Friend and

Earlier in the evening local acts  got the chance to shine and they performed to  good response


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