Entertainment

Prissy G to make Sumfest debut

BY ALAN LEWIN Observer West writer

Thursday, June 26, 2014    

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MONTEGO BAY, St James — TALENTED Montego Bay-based reggae songstress, Prissy G, is set to make her Reggae Sumfest debut on International Night 2, July 19, at the Catherine Hall Entertainment Centre in the resort city.

The annual festival runs from July 13 to 19.

Christened Preceita Gray, the 32-year-old recording artiste has been singing from her school days at the Herbert Morrison Technical High in Montego Bay, appearing in a number of school concerts.

Her first single is Rock My Boat produced by Cotton Tree Records.

Since then Prissy G has gone on to record several other singles on that label, including What's Life, Let's Party and Yellow Tape.

Rock My Boat and What's Life were followed up with music videos, which are getting heavy rotations on cable and local television stations.

Prissy G told the Jamaica Observer West that her main focus at the moment is on her planned performance at Reggae Sumfest, where she will share the stage with some of the biggest names in the music business, including Tessanne Chin, Freddie McGregor, American rapper Future, Sanchez and Sean Paul.

"I am really very excited about performing at Sumfest and I am going there to do my very best," said Prissy G, who has performed in several major events across western Jamaica, including the Jamaica 50th Independence Gala in St James, Montego Bay Food Fair and Bazaar, the opening of Donway Entertainment Complex, Rainforest Seafood Festival, Montego Bay Jerk Festival, and Bob Marley Birthday Bash.

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