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Dexta Daps Vs Jabba Vs Charlie Blacks 2017

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Dexta Daps gets banned from Jabba’s Best of the Best Concert series. As one of the biggest and most reputable reggae shows stateside, Best of the Best offers dancehall heads an opportunity to experience real JA festival vibes without having to actually leave the country.

Allegedly Dex arrived late demanding 10 extra tickets, and intentionally did not perform at his scheduled time saying he was owed money from a prior Jabba promotion the Love and Harmony Cruise 2017 .

This, Jabba says, is what caused the show to go overtime and at 12am when headliner Movado was set to touch the stage curfew authorities shut the show down. Jabba sent out his sincerest apologies via media outlets taking full responsibility and expressing his gratitude to fans while assuring them that this would be a one time occurrence.

The following banning of Dex seems to send a clear sign that the promoter/DJ intends to make good on his promise. Dex on the other hand has a full plate of international attention right now so I don’t see the ban having a major impact on his career stateside. Dex recently dropped his mixtape for free in a move that promises more listenership and marketing no matter what happens. Download that here and his video for Bring it to the Owner (released last month) is said to have broke the internet when it dropped.

I should note that Charlie Blacks complained about a similar incident in a live Instagram vid explaining that he was even listed on the Best of the Best Line up before his management confirmed while still being owed prior an outstanding balance from the promoter/dj For his 9 mile festival performance. Listen to that below.

Yet like Dex has been riding high this year Charly is riding his own waves after scoring a hit on the Billboard charts and gaining record breaking sales he climaxed with a performance on Wendy Williams this month. That’s not bad and the summer just started. Charly performed his hit single Party Animal which was released in 2015 the song broke a milestone in Dancehall with $100 million streams on Spotify. Charly is set to perform at Hot 97’s Summer Jam 2017 and Wendy’s Mixtape Block Party at Coney Island Boardwalk on July 23rd.

Likewise Jabba took to Instagram Live to give his last comment on BOB2017 and is on to the next one now preparing for the Summerfest Cruise set to depart June 30th 2017. Listen to Jabba’s InstaLive on why Movado didn’t perform here.

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