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Rhyme Minista and Spice to ‘nice up’ Montpelier Agri Show

Thursday, April 03, 2014    

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MONTEGO BAY, St James

MONTEGO Bay-based dancehall act, Rhyme Minista, whose given mane is Fabian Sawyers, and female deejay, Spice, will headline the entertainment section of the 2014 Montpelier Agriculture and Industrial Show on Easter Monday, April 21, at the Montpelier Showground in St James.

The fast-rising deejay, Rhyme Minista, who has a large fan base in western Jamaica, should enjoy tremendous home support during his much anticipated performance.

Meanwhile, Spice, whose given name is Grace Hamilton, is among the nominees for the Female Deejay of the Year Award in the Linkage Award scheduled for the Evander Child's High School 800 East Gunhill Road, Bronx, New York, next month.

The 'Romping Shop' deejay, who has been enjoying a fair amount of airplay with her latest singles So Mi Like It and Go, is expected to connect well with the patrons.

According to organisers of the show, several fledgling local performers will get their chance to showcase their talents in the early stages of the entertainment segment.

Sound systems featuring top selectors will also provide entertainment, organisers say.

It was also revealed during the launch of the agriculture and industrial show held at the Sunset Beach Resort, Spa & Waterpark in Montego Bay on Monday that daytime activities will showcase the popular farm queen competition, marching bands on parade, tug-o-war, bun-eating competitions, kiddies village and horseback- riding.

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