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Supreme Promotions headed by Isiah Laing is planning a major show for Sting 2013 where the show will celebrate its 30th anniversary.

Legendary dancehall star Super Cat and Atlanta rapper 2 Chainz are already confirmed on Sting 2013 roster.

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Dubbed ‘The Greatest One Night Reggae/Dancehall Show On Earth,’ Sting 30 will be held on December 26 at Jamworld Complex in Portmore.





 
 
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A little over two months from the 30th anniversary of STING, organizers of the highly-anticipated stage show have confirmed the return of one of its all-time great performers while securing the services of a popular overseas artist, according to reports Thursday.

Supercat, known for being one of Dancehall’s supreme acts in the 1990s, will return to STING for his first performance in Jamaica since 2001. It was at STING, in part, where the self-professed ‘Don Dada’ made a name for himself as one of genre’s elite, taking part in a legendary clash with fellow Dancehall icon, Ninja Man at the 1991 edition of the show. His most recent performance was as a surprise guest at Hot 97's On Da Reggae Tip show in New York in August.




 
 
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Legendary dancehall superstar Super Cat and rapper 2 Chainz have been confirmed for Sting 2013.

Promoter Isaiah Laing says big things are in the pipeline for the event celebrating its 30th anniversary.

Music News understands that the organizers are currently negotiating with a number of high profile entertainers.

Since its first staging in 1984 STING has grown to become one of the most prestigious Dancehall/Reggae concerts in the English Speaking Caribbean.


 
 
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A little over two months from the 30th anniversary of STING, organizers of the highly-anticipated stage show have confirmed the return of one of its all-time great performers while securing the services of a popular overseas artist, according to reports Thursday.

Supercat, known for being one of Dancehall’s supreme acts in the 1990s, will return to STING for his first performance in Jamaica for many years. It was at STING, in part, where the self-professed ‘Don Dada’ made a name for himself as one of genre’s elite, taking part in a legendary clash with fellow Dancehall icon, Ninja Man at the 1991 edition of the show. Read More


 
 
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Sadeke Brooks, Staff Reporter

Sting may be known for its yearly clashes and hardcore performances, but with headliners such as Super Cat and 2 Chainz, the organisers of the event intend to make their 30-year-old product, a global one.

Speaking with Entertainment following the announcement that dancehall big name Super Cat and rapper 2 Chainz will be the headline acts at the show on December 26, Joe Bogdanovich, one of the organisers, promised that reggae and dancehall will be shown in a positive light.