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Queens, NY: Music Economic Empowerment Production in association with Sam Gotti and Swizzle Team will host Stars In Action on Saturday, August 16 at Amazura, 91-12, 144th Place in Queens, New York. The event will feature a solid mixture of Jamaican culture including hard hitting dancehall music and dub poetry.

“We made an effort to give a diverse offering and the feedback so far has been great” said Clive Dennis, promoter of the show.

Lady Saw who is like a chameleon in the dancehall, having the unique ability to deliver ‘lovie dovie’ tracks like “Give Me A Reason” or hardcore songs like Bare As You Dare and Stab Out Mi Meat. She is also just as popular for social commentary songs like No Less A Woman and Heaven. This is just what New York fans will be receiving when she takes centerstage at the Amazura.

Turbulence whose hit song Notorious is still resonating with music lovers should have some cultural and lovers rock songs for the ladies. Biggaton who hails from Mandeville, Jamaica has recorded some serious dub poems, which hits to the heart of the matter. His single Crime Stopper and Medical Cannabis should give patrons something to chew on. It will be a nostalgic dancehall vibe when 80s deejay Nardo Ranks hits the stage. Also featured on the bill are talents out of New York Flava, Embasc and Deyansa.

To ensure the event gets maximum visibility, promotions/marketing expert David “Fat Forward” Warren was brought on board to assist the project.

“We have been able to execute an impressive grassroots campaign to ensure all music lovers in the tri-state area are aware of the project. We have discount tickets on sale that will run at select stores plus we have blanked the street with fliers. I am also happy to report that the radio fraternity in NY is solidly behind this project so I am expecting a full house at the Amazura” he said.

The event will be hosted by the number one Caribbean radio jock in New York, Dahved Levy of urban WBLS, 107.5FM, Catchcha Fyah and Stick-A-Pin.

“You really don’t want to hear about this event second hand, so come out and enjoy it,” said Dennis.

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