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Comparisons to his dad, Bob Marley,is not strange for Damian Marley, he entered the stage to with Confrontation instrumental as his trademark locks flowed to his ankles, the way he performed he prove he was the best artiste in contemporary music.Creating a high with his performance of More Justice, as the night went on, Jr Gong never peaked. Rather, there seemed to be no limit to how great he would be. From Beautiful to Still Searching, the fans received a show, and then some.
His flag man, the backup singers, the band, Marley himself, all fostered an engaging show while providing unbridled joy for those at the Catherine Hall Sports and Entertainment Complex in Montego Bay. The Mission received such a thunderous ovation, he had to 'pull-up' the song. Move, a song sampled from his father's own Exodus, also received a deafening ovation.
Jr. Gong serenaded the women with Affairs of the Heart, which naturally garnered the loudest response from the women. It Was Written, one of the songs which placed Marley on the map internationally, continued the epic performance. By then, the audience was not only watching the show, they were performing along with him.
Paying homage to Bob, Jr Gong sang Could You Be Loved to undeniable approval from the fans. Those fans would not let him leave after that, and he delivered an encore that included a chill-inducing and soul-stirring exit with Welcome to Jamrock.
There was no doubt whom the best performance of the night belonged to!