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From left: Sharon Chambers chats with Ryme Minista while his fellow Montego Bay-based artistes TeeJay, Nine-X and Blade Skeemaz look on. The five were spotted in the press room on Dancehall Night of Reggae Sumfest.-Contributed
Singer Prissy G (centre) and her dance troupe pose for Western Focus' cameras in the media tent on International Night II of Reggae Sumfest. Prissy G, who originated in Logwood, Hanover, is based in Montego Bay.-Photo by Karrie Williams
Montego Bay's ace Deejay Ryme Minista (right) poses for a photo backstage with Deputy Commanding Officer of the Jamaica Fire Brigade's Emergency Medical Services, Taeeni Francis, during Dancehall Night at Reggae Sumfest.-Photo by Claudia Gardner
Montego Bay homeboy, Nature of Glendevon, midway through his energetic performance on International Night I at Reggae Sumfest.-Photo by Claudia Gardner
Nine-X was one of the Montego Bay-based artistes who collaborated with Ryme Minista on Dancehall Night at Reggae Sumfest.-Photo by Claudia Gardner
Glendevon-based artiste Blade Skeemaz in performance at Reggae Sumfest on Dancehall Night.-Photo by Claudia Gardner

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