December 24, 2008
I-Octane ready for Sting
The recently held Reggae Fever saw singer I-Octane delivering a first class performance at the Catherine Hall Entertainment Centre in Montego Bay. Although the venue was not jam packed the singer worked as if he was performing to a full house, going through the paces with his popular numbers such as Poverty, Stab Vampire, Run Yet, None A Dem Nuh Frighten Wi and his big hit Different Page.
Looking ahead I-Octane is now preparing himself for the Greatest One Night Show on Earth - Sting. He is not taking any chances as the singer says he will be resting and meditating.
“Rest and meditation, that’s what I am about right now,” the cultural singer said.
According to I-Octane he will be “keeping the Almighty close” as he mentally prepares himself to face the expected massive crowd at Sting.
“Sting is an unpredictable crowd, you just have to ensure that you go there prepared and ready to deliver big time,” he said.
Come Friday, December 26 nothing will stop him from doing whatver it will take to win over the crowd there. “I need all my stamina...so no sex until after the show,” he confessed.
Before Sting I-Octane will be in action at Island Explosion in Clarendon with the following day, December 25 seeing him heading to St Elizabeth where he will be one of the featured acts on GT Taylor's Christmas Extravaganza.
After that it will be back to the city for Sting.