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I-Octane unplugged at No.7 for Fashion Night Out

Monday, September 03, 2012 | 3:07 PM    

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — Reggae star I-Octane will be live and unplugged during the Jamaica Observer Celebrates Fashion Night Out (FNO) on Thursday. The singer will perform at the No.7 Fashion boutique on Montrose Road in Kingston.

The performance, which is being presented in association with luxury vehicle brand BMW, will set the stage for a night of great entertainment and shopping.

“This will be one of the biggest highlights of FNO and we are excited that I-Octane will thrill our shoppers as they enjoy massive discounts on our stock,” said Shelly-Ann Curran proprietor of No.7 Boutique.

I-Octane quickly rose to stardom, penning positive, cultural and popular songs, which resonated with music lovers and fans across the world. Known for his bold stage presence and strong vocals, Curran says I-Octane’s performance should not be one to miss.

“I-Octane will be closer to his audience that ever before. The atmosphere, Absolut Vodka cocktails, along with the fact that this is an unplugged and acoustic set means that shoppers will be able to see I-Octane like never before,” Curran added.

Songs such as Lose A Friend, Nuh Love Inna Dem, Nuh Ramp Wid Wi, L.O.V.E. Y.O.U, Jiggle Fi Mi, My Life, Different Page and Missing You have all found their way on international reggae charts and are favourites on radio stations the world over.

In addition to I-Octane’s unplugged performance, shoppers will enjoy discounts of 40 per cent off the entire stock at No.7 Boutique as the Jamaica Observer celebrates Fashion’s Night Out.

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