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GT Taylor selects a winning line-up for the 14th staging of Christmas Extravaganza

ioctane_gt_taylor_show.jpgThe 14th staging of the annually held GT Taylor's Christmas Extravaganza stage show will be one of the most exciting events to be held during the upcoming holiday season.

Promoter of the prestigious Christmas night event GT Taylor has put together a stellar line up of proven dancehall and reggae stars along with some of the brightest and best new acts on the scene for this year’s staging of the event under the theme Still Rules.

In a recent interview GT said that he knows for a fact that the lineup that he has selected this year is one that the patrons will love and appreciate.

"I am sure that the patrons who usually support Christmas Extravaganza are going to appreciate the lineup of artistes that are billed for the show this year. Every year we try our best to put together a line that will attract the patrons and give them good value for their money and this year we have done so again. The lineup features some of the biggest names in the business today, along with several veterans from the 70s & 80s and not to be left out are the young stars on the rise," said GT Taylor.

Among the headline acts for this staging of Christmas Extravaganza dancehall giants Bounty Killer, Beenie Man and Sizzla, these three artistes are some of the most consistent crowd pleasers in Jamaica today, they have never failed to deliver on any major event. They are also responsible for plethora of hits spanning almost over two decades worth of popular dancehall music.

Perennial dancehall champion Ninja Man who is known for his controversial stage antics is also among the headliners, so too are three of leaders of dancehall’s new generation of stars I-Octane, Kiprich and Khago.

Also representing the now generation are Bounty Killer’s ANG, Romaine Virgo, Lutan Fyah, Chuck Fenda, Pamputae, Stacious and Tiana.

Representing the earlier era of popular Jamaican music are the likes of King Yellow Man, George Nooks and Johnny P, all of these acts are still vibrant and relevant today. King Yellow still draws some of the biggest crowds on tour. George Nooks who recently released a brand new album titled Broken Vessel has been around since the 1970s and is still making hits. Johnny P who shook the billboard charts with his 1990s hit titled Look Good is still a very potent stage performer.

Timeless female dancehall stars Lady G and Macka Diamond are also in the mix. The lineup will also feature the likes of rising new sensation Tidal, Mikeylous, Villa Dutch, Inoah, Hitman Wally, Brimstone and Alva.

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