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Known for his in­cen­di­ary live per­for­mances, strong stage pres­ence and charis­matic vo­cals, Sativa D Black 1 de­liv­ered a bril­liant per­for­mance at Sound di Alarm at the Dinthill High school on New Year’s Eve.

He started off his per­for­mance shortly af­ter 1 a.m., with Ja­maica, but it was his ap­peal to the Elders to stop mo­lest­ing and prey­ing sex­u­ally on young girls that whipped the crowd into a frenzy.

His great en­ergy as he heaped fire on the heads of child mo­lesters and pae­dophiles was well re­ceived.

He closed his set with Ah Yu, a hu­mor­ous song talk­ing about a cheat­ing woman, where his line, amused the mem­bers of the au­di­ence. Sativa was pleased with his per­for­mance.

“Ah bear bit­ters. Af­ter mi per­form, a lot of peo­ple came up to me to big me up, so I feel re­ally good. Mi gi dem a per­for­mance that the whole ah Ja­maica ah go mar­vel fi the 2017,” the singer, whose real name is Shaun Smith, said.


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