Beenie Man sounds warning with emphatic Tracks and Records performance Featured

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International recording artiste Beenie Man showed that he will be a hard act to follow at this year's Reggae Sumfest with a brilliant, high energy set during the Behind the Screen series at Tracks and Records. He rocked the venue with a delightful mix of old and new hits including his recent chart-topper, Hottest Man Alive. In a virtuoso two-and-a-half hour performance, he delved into classics like Memories, Old Dawg, Girls Dem Sugar, Suzuki and Who Am I. This was easily the most successful edition of the Behind the Screen series with standing room only in the venue.
Beenie Man and Bounty Killer are two of those indomitable acts who whenever they get a current hit, their old catalogue seems to just get hot again, and Beenie Man proved this theory to good effect throughout a performance that ended at a few minutes to 1 a.m. When it was done, he seemed exhausted but ecstatic at the crowd support and reaction to his steady stream of hits. Beenie Man was lauded by Summerfest Productions, organizers of Reggae Sumfest, in 2009 and crowned King of the Dancehall in a ceremony fit for Royalty on stage. The Grammy winner promises to deliver the goods on Dancehall Night Thursday, July 25.
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