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STING'S TURNOUT UNSATISFACTORY SAYS ISAIAH LAING

Posted: December 28, 2011
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Sting promoter Isaiah Laing says the turnout of the annual Boxing Day event was not satisfactory.

     Isaiah Laing                          Merciless                             KipRich

Laing queries if the inadequate crowd support was due to lack of funds, the election fever or if the clashes advertised weren’t appealing. Isaiah Laing gives Music News the full hundred.  

 Laing also addresses the nonappearance of Mavado and I-Octane. He also explains why Beenie Man was at the event but did not perform.  

 That was Sting promoter Isaiah Laing. The event was stage on December 26 at JamWorld Portmore.

Meanwhile Sting aftermath  has left a bitter taste for entertainers who met their lyrical demise, while others are riding high. However, it was a good treat for patrons.

Here’s more from Olimata Taal.

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