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Majah Hpye to perform in MoBay, Kingston

Thursday, April 19, 2018

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MONTEGO BAY, St James — International comedy star and social media sensation Majah Hype is scheduled for two show dates in Jamaica as part of his 'Are You Dumb' comedy tour.

Majah Hype has been creating his popular comedy sketches for the past six years and has had two previous dates in Jamaica, performing at the Montego Bay Marlin Tournament in 2015 and then in 2016.

This year he will appear on April 27 at the Karl Hendrickson Auditorium at Jamaica College, and Pier One in Montego Bay the following night.

Both shows will also feature popular local social media comedians Quite Perry, who will open for Majah Hype, while hosting duties will be handled by Dutty Berry. Musical juggling will be handled by DJ Narity in Kingston, while DJ Crazy Neil and Crazy Jay takes charge of Montego Bay.

“We are excited about this event as it is a first of its kind wherein we have social media sensations transitioning into mainstream comedy. I am also grateful to our sponsors Lasco i Cool and Iberostar Hotels, because of their help we are able to bring this together for persons to enjoy”, explained Londie Murray, CEO, Nirvana Group, organisers of the event.

“It's going to be a show filled with laughter, reflective memories and morally entertaining. However, always expect the unexpected, as you never know who will take the stage,” expressed Majah Hype.

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