Huge forwards for Gully Bop at Sumfest

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gully-bop-reggae-sumfest.jpgGully Bop had his audience in stitches throughout his debut performance at Reggae Sumfest's Dancehall Night, and copped the biggest forwards at the event.

He was as charismatic as he was engaging and entertaining, pausing to introduce upcoming artistes to do short stints and invited the audience to shoo them off stage if they floundered

gully-bop-and-shauna-chin-photo-1.jpgNo sooner had he entered centerstage when he called his lady love Miss Chin to perform several duets with him, which was well received.

Of course his nemesis Ninja Man was not spared Bop's lyrical onslaught as he claimed he saw Ninjaman hiding from him in Half-Way Tree.

Gully Bop scored big on his debut Reggae Sumfest appearance delivering a sensational set which delighted the appreciative patrons at Dancehall Night here at Catherine Hall Entertainment Centre.

The exciting performer connected with 'Dem no Bad like Me', 'Wuck offa Me' and more.

But it was his freestyle lyrics, laced with humour, which had the audience in stitches.

He was followed by Spice whose performance was coloured by her usual sexually suggestive moves and lyrics.

She made way for Aidonia.