Beenie Man performs a cappella at Tallawah match in Jamaica

During the match between the Jamaica Tallawah and the Trinbago Knight Riders in Jamaica, a performance from dancehall icon Beenie Man gave the crowd more than they were expecting. In light of some technical issues during the intermission of the Hero CPL match, Bennie Man managed to answer the crowd’s calls to perform a cappella. Performing the deejays signature songs, Girl’s Prayer and Dem Get Heart Attack, he poked fun at the sound issues saying,

“After the sound bruk down fi bout three minutes, dem seh mi only have 12 minutes, so everybody, come mek we do this. I’m ok!”

The Digicel Appleton Estate will conclude its entertainment package with a performance from fan favorite reggae singer, Sanchez.

The Hero CPL matches wrap up the Jamaica leg of the tournament tonight as the Tallawahs seek their fourth straight win when they take on the Barbados Tridents.

The 2016 HERO Caribbean Premier League (CPL) campaign will break new ground on next week Thursday, 28 July when Guyana Amazon Warriors faces the Barbados Tridents in a night game, starting at 7pm, in Broward Regional Stadium, Lauderhill.

The ground-breaking Florida swing of the fourth edition of CPL will also present the final opportunity for all six franchises to chase coveted league points ahead of the play-offs and finals.

All six teams will feature in the 10,000 capacity stadium across four days, with Faf du Plessis, Samuel Badree and Lendl Simmons’ St Kitts & Nevis Patriots facing newly re-named defending champions Trinbago Knight Riders (TKR), who will this year have New Zealander Brendon McCullum in tow as their marquee player alongside spin twins Sulieman Benn and Sunil Narine, on the Friday night.

There will then be exciting weekend double-headers between the Zouks, who have in their ranks local favourite and West Indies’ T20 captain Darren Sammy and the world’s leading all-rounder Shane Watson, against Chris Gayle, Andre Russell and Kumar Sangakkara’s Jamaica Tallawahs, with Kieron Pollard and Proteas star AB de Villiers’ Barbados Tridents taking on Martin Guptill’s Guyana Amazon Warriors at 4 p.m in a reverse fixture on the Saturday.

 

 

Hero CPL 2016 Media Release

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