Rygin King headlines Fyah In Da Ville show

Friday, September 21, 2018

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Dancehall's newest sensation Rygin King is the headline act for the third annual staging of Fyah In Da Ville at the Nashville Bus Park in Mandeville, on November 3.

Event promoter Princess Taylor said selecting Rygin King as the stage show's headliner was a no-brainer.

“Every year I keep this event I always choose a top act to headline it, and this year Rygin King is definitely the right choice. He's the hottest dancehall artiste on the scene right now. I'm anticipating a big turnout with him being the headliner for the show this year,” she said.

Fyah In Da Ville will also feature a host of other artistes, including Macka Diamond, Munga Honorable, Destiny Sparta, Bad Gyal Jade, Mashy Word, Qban and Jahfee.

“Patrons can always expect an excellent show when they attend Fyah In Da Ville because we always put together a good line-up of artistes and this year is no exception. I want the patrons to come out and have a great time. Fyah In Da Ville is going to be awesome,” said the promoter.

“This year we're going to give our patrons an extra treat as there will be a special guest artiste. This artiste is one of the biggest names in dancehall and reggae music,” she continued.

The event will be hosted by Quick Cook and music will be provided by a host of popular DJs and sound systems, including Pink Panther, Redd Heat Sound and Black Roze.

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