Sanchez sizzles at PAN Chicken finals


Globally acclaimed reggae artiste Sanchez demonstrated his class on Sunday night at the CB PAN Chicken finals held at the Half-Way Tree Transport Center in St Andrew.

Benefactors who slid on the scene did not just experience a portion of the best tasting jerk chicken on the island, but on the other hand were sustained by the similarly appealing diversion.

The night saw exhibitions from a few artistes, including Iba Mahr, Future Fambo, Kevin Downswell, and the sky is the limit from there.

Every one of the demonstrations put in remarkable exhibitions, exciting visitors with one fulfilling determination after the other, however Sanchez was among the champion exhibitions of the night. The veteran artiste once in a while performs at nearby occasions so just to be graced by his nearness was sufficient to send the Half Way Tree jam in a free for all.

Whispers of “quite a while mi nuh see Sanchez” from a few individuals from the group of onlookers was demonstration of exactly how uncommon his nearby exhibitions are. The profound vocalist entered the phase to boisterous shouts and adulation from the disturbed up group of onlookers.

When the vocalist belted out the primary arrangement of notes, the group emitted afresh and the crooner, nourishing off the vitality from the gathering of people, was relentless as he sang one exciting hit after the other.

He had the group completely dazzled with tunes like Never Dis Di Man, Are You Still In Love With Me, One In A Million and Brown Eyes. The female benefactors were especially satisfied with his set as he charmed them with his smooth vocals.

He came to perform yet the performer likewise had a message for Jamaica. Disheartened by the late wounding of Jamaica College’s understudy Nicholas Francis, the vocalist asked Jamaicans to practice more love in the regular day to day existences. He named the slaughtering as silly as he sang a version of You Raise Me Up in tribute to those lives lost by viciousness.

In spite of the fact that Sanchez was the discussion of the night regarding exhibitions, Taurus Riley and Beenie Man were similarly incredible in their conveyance. Both performers have their everything in front of an audience as they belted out a few group top picks from their broad record.

Riley excited with his typically amazing vocals, while the ruler of the dancehall lit up the phase with his fizzing identity and his remarkable stage nearness. The exhibitions were satisfying to the point that even after the show finished supporters waited as though seeking after additional.

Source: Jamaica Star