Tifa, Romain score big

Saturday, December 07, 2013    

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TIFA and Romain Virgo scored big at Thursday's Triple Century Live show at cricketer Chris Gayle's Triple Century Sports Bar in New Kingston.

Dressed in a fetching black leather suit, Tifa declared, "Tonight, I am going to do things a bit differently," then had fans rocking to songs like Matey Wine, Move You Body, Spell it Out, and Mi Man a Wife Mi Up.

She then went into Gloria Gaynor's disco anthem I Will Survive and British singer Bitty McLean's take on David Ruffin's Walk Away From Love, which drew sustained applause.

Before closing her set, Tifa lashed out at child molestation with God Soon Come, one of her latest singles.

Always a hit with the ladies, Virgo had them singing along to his originals Love Doctor, Rain is Falling, Taking You Home, and Michael Bolton's Soul Provider.

The Jamaica Observer caught up with a pleased Chris Gayle, who said the evening lived up to expectations.

"This was really a trial, and I like the vibe and the turnout. I am in dialogue with a couple of entertainers, so it's a possibility we may turn this into a weekly event," said the Jamaica and West Indies opening batsman.





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