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Grantie Asher Live @ Hootananny 2017

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This is the night Grantie Asher fulfills all those dreaming of spending a night with him !!! As Grantie performs to a packed out crowd at the Hootananny it was a very special moment in time. Home grown, but Jamaican born entertainer Grantie, ignited a fire in each and every one inside the building that night, by blessing the house with a sweet version of “Amazing Grace” then proceeding to sing an eight song set for his fans, including his new hit tune produced for Mas-ski production, “Every Thing” he also performed songs like “Don’t Put Your Hand” “Africa Is Calling” & of course his massive hit “Black Skin” with sweet harmonies  coming from Mitsy June, Loretta Genesis &
Michelle Creese, this night was filled with top class performances by all the entertainers …. Stunning performances from Chardel Rhoden singing, “Never Give Up” “Keep Movin” & “You Know How To Love Me”  . . . . 

Sese Foster lit up the house singing an intro of “Black pride” by Kofi, mix into her own very popular song “Africa” followed by “Don’t U Luv Me” … excellent, excellent performance from Sese Foster.

Living veteran Tony Douglas, the brother of “Cool Down Amina” singer Keith Douglas … Opening the stage and first to bless the bands, the lead singer of the amazing Vocal group Kwest, Tony Douglas. This artist isn’t new to the stage, blessing us with a Starrvybz recording entitled “Living In Babylon” Tony set the pace.

P.A performances 

were all received greatly by the crowd and masses with the night starting of with Harmony opening up the mic singing two massive hit songs 1st “Its You” a Starrvybz Production & “A Lover & A Friend” followed by Patrick Munro singing two tracks from his forthcoming album.

Final P.A by

Stamma Di Artist singing in his unusual Stamma style continues to warm up the crowd with “Stamma from birth” & “More Stamma” 

Fantastic performances by all the artists, and a great attendance & turn out.

We give thanks to all whom supported this night!



Opening song from Grantie Asher

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