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Jamaica most popular and one of the oldest if not the oldest Sound System, Stone Love, will be celebrating its 38 years of existence on December 18.
Stone Love, who has become a household name in the Reggae and Dancehall community, said they will be celebrating the grand affair in Portmore this year.
Winston Powell, Stone Love founder, explained the move to Portmore in a release to the media.
“Because it’s Portmore for sure. We’ve always received great support from the people in St Catherine, so we decided to move closer to them. The atmosphere in Portmore is totally different, the sea breeze, the parking, everything.”
Also weighing in on the development is Magnum’s Brand Manager Kaysia Johnson, who said patrons can look out for even better surprises for this year’s anniversary.
“This anniversary will really reflect our theme — staying strong on top’ so persons can expect only the best.”
Last year saw performances from some of dancehall’s biggest names, including Bounty Killer, Movado, Sizzla, Lady Saw, Spice, Ding Dong and I-Octane and while the performances haven’t been announced as yet, persons can expect the same high quality that Stone Love is known for.
This calendar event attracts fans from as Far East as Japan, as far north as Canada, from Europe in the west and from Argentina in the south. Patrons are promised great party vibe on Saturday December 18 at the Coruba Beach Resort with Wee Pow, Rory, Geefus, Billy Slaughter, Diamond, Fyah Ras, Bill Cosby, Scarey Gary, Iceberg, D Pow and the newest memberRandy Rich.
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