The two rocked it among reggae notables like Damian Marley, Shabba Ranks, Lady Shaw and Tesanna Chin.
It was a three-night festival held in Montego Bay in celebration of Jamaica’s 50th year as an independent nation.
“I just want to do something special for y’all tonight,” Songz told the thousands of screaming fans. “This is my first time performing at Sumfest and this is a very big year for [Jamaica]—50 years of independence, so I want to ask if it’s alright that I give y’all a little love tonight.”
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He then performed a cover of Bob Marley’s “Turn Your Lights Down Low,” invoking tons of cheers.
Songz, who is getting ready to release his newest album, “Chapter V,” of course wooed the crowed with his sensual favorites like “Say Aah.”
Not to be outdone, R&B legend R. Kelly turned Sumfest International Night into a spirited sing-along, according to the Jamaica Observer.
“Let me get my sound right or I can’t do this f***ing show!” he said, as he kicked off his show with “So Sexy” and “Snake.” The Write Me Back singer then launched into a female scream-inducing set that featured such Kellz classics as “Bump ‘N’ Grind,” “Sex In The Kitchen,” “Strip For You,” “Slow Wine,” “You Remind Me,” and “I Believe I Can Fly.”
Source: CBS Local
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