No Sting For 2016
Sting - The Greatest One Night Reggae and Dancehall Show On Earth. Not this year!
Today OnStage, Jamaica's Premiere Entertainment Show, published an interview with Sting promoters Isaiah Laing and Heavy D. Watch it below:
ABOUT THE CANCELLATION…„The last two, three years the headliner is just never there.“
„There was no crowd at Sting, because there was no headliner.“
„Since Kartel gone, the headliner move!“
„We have 50 Artists to work, but If you don’t have two [main acts], the 40 don’t count!“
„The ones that are hot now.. is not interested.“
„For the last 8 years we have not made a profit at Sting!“
ABOUT DECEMBER 26TH 2016…„We doing an award ceremony for the people who have made Sting what it was over the years.“
International rap superstar and CEO of Bad Boy Records, Sean 'P Diddy' Combs, will be teaming with promotional giants Supreme Promotions to host a free event dubbed 'Bad Boys Clash', a sound clash and party at the Lime Light Entertainment complex today.
Dancehall artiste Merciless is claiming he was sabotaged at Sting 2012.
According to Wayne Lonesome, who operates as road manager for Merciless, the promoters already handpicked who they wanted to win the tag team clash between Merciless, Tony Matterhorn, Ninja Man and current clash champion KipRich.
"A nuh suh clash guh, Jamaica music a guh back way. When yu duh clash people wait until when yu sing then dem counteract yu. Dem set this clash long-time and know who a guh win already," an upset Lonesome said.
He also blames MC Nuffy, who he says, set the precedence for Tony Matterhorn and Merciless to lose the clash.
According to Laing, Supreme Promotions did not organise for Ryno to walk onstage during Popcaan's set and as a result he may never work with the artiste again.
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