DUB-POETRY group, No-Maddz — who are also the face of Digicel’s Summer campaign Run It — gave a great performance at Reggae Sumfest held at Catherine Hall Entertainment Complex in St James last weekend.
During the band change on Saturday, patrons flocked to the Digicel/Red Stripe side stage to see the group reel off numbers such as Sort Out Yuh Life, Mountain Lion and the popular Rise Above Profanity.
Tahnida Nunes, Digicel sponsorship manager, said: “The Digicel side stage has become a staple at Reggae Sumfest because we recognise that Sumfest patrons want the energy of the main stage carried right through the night. Since our partnership with No-Maddz, we have done a number of activities with them including autograph signings, fan interaction in the booth and inclusion in all our press advertisements around Reggae Sumfest. All of these have been very well received by fans. Digicel is pleased to have them as our ambassadors for our Summer campaign.”