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Dancehall delight

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Dancehall delight

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Party-goers got a welcome break from Crop-Over 2010’s soca and calypso when one of Jamaica’s most energetic artistes took them on a wild ride last Saturday night at the Party Stand. Aidonia asserted his presence in Barbados and treated patrons to a highly-charged collection of hits.
He did not get on stage until early Sunday morning, but that didn’t matter as local deejays, Peter Ram and other local performers kept the dancefloor lively with their brand of super mixes.
Men and women alike threw hands in the air; some even mimmicked the latest moves seen on music videos.
Riding high with hits such as Evil Head, Take It Off, Bad People, Heart Is Hers among other singles, the J.O.P head honcho unleashed his lyrical artistry on the Party Stand massive.
In a move possibly to demonstrate their overwhelming approval, patrons almost barred Aidonia from exiting the venue following his high-energy performance.
The reggae artiste’s next gig is a concert in Canada dubbed Dancehall Fete XIV tomorrow at the Kool Haus in Toronto.