Mr Khool delivers strong performance on holiday shows

Mr. Khool

Mr Khool continues to show his worth as a top stage show performer.

The Manchester-based deejay is without a doubt one of the best-kept secrets in dancehall music. Despite not having a major hit to his name he never fails to deliver an exciting performance when he touches the stage.

For the second straight year in a row, Mr Khool gave a brilliant performance at GT’s Christmas Extravaganza in Black River, St. Elizabeth.

From the moment, he entered the stage the witty deejay had the crowd eating out of the palm of his hands as he delivered hard-hitting stage show tunes such as Talk to mi Alchohol, Mix Liquor, Anyone a Dem and Wuky Wuky. The forwards were deafening when he performed If Kartel Never deh a Jail before exiting the stage.

“The vibes at Christmas Extravaganza was great, I delivered a good performance for my fans, and they showed me a lot of appreciation said,” Mr Khool whose real name is Damean Carter.

The following night he served up another exciting performance at Sting 2016.

Although his time on stage was somewhat limited being the crafty stage performer he is Mr Khool fired lyrical jabs at several entertainers including General B, Tanto Blacks and LA Lewis with a song titled Anyone Dem, a move that went down well with the notoriously hard to please Sting audience. He also earned huge forwards with songs such as Sting Christmas and If Kartel Never Deh a Jail.

“I have always received an excellent response at Sting, but I didn’t know what to expect this time around as the show was geared to a more mature audience. However, I went out there and delivered my best, and the crowd showed me a lot of love. I’m very happy with the reception I received,” he said.

The indefatigable entertainer kicked off his 2016 campaign with a strong performance in Alligator Pond at the Little Ochie Seafood Restaurant on New Year’s Day.

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