Rickey Teetz delivers at Rainforest Seafood Festival
Montego Bay's reggae-dancehall artiste Rickey Teetz earned major props for his high-energy performance on a rain-dampened evening at the Rainforest Seafood Festival at the Catherine Hall Entertainment Complex last week.
Although he hit the stage during the middle of a slight drizzle, he made full use of his time-shortened stint onstage, working every inch of the stage like a true professional.
He wowed the patrons as he performed his smash hit Poverty Life. He segued into his second song, 1000 Block, and he skipped and danced across the stage, entertaining the masses.
He closed his set with a girl's song, Loving You. As the opening strains of the song blared from the speakers, he walked backstage, much to the amusement of the crowd, and brought out the emcee for the evening's proceedings, Ms Kitty.
He took her into the centre of the stage and got down on one knee and began to serenade her with Loving You. Ms Kitty blushed while the crowd roared its approval with a chorus of shouts and bleating horns.
He did not get a chance to perform his recent radio hit, Lighters Up, or his dancehall anthem, Tip Yuh, but he gave a good account of himself.
Other performers that night includedKevin Downswell, Etana, BusySignal, Tarrus Riley,I-Octane, and Konshens.
Rickey Teetz will next perform at CHI Spot, Ironshore, on March 14, and at Hilton Rose Hall on March 22 and several other upcoming shows.
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