first_img Tweet Sharing is caring! Share Share 31 Views   no discussionscenter_img EntertainmentLocalNews Krazy T birthday bash a raving success as Dominica awaits next year by: – November 22, 2011 Share Sherian and The Band’s performance at the showPopular Dominican Promoter and Businessman Frankie “Krazy T” Bellot, popularly known simply as “Krazy T” could not have requested a better entertainment package in marking the 17th year of his local Business Kairi FM Radio and his own mileage in life. This came on a night where the stars seemed to be out in full and patrons of Reggae/Dancehall music seemed to all want the front row spot at the Kairi FM/Krazy T’s Birthday Bash event held at another of Krazy’s business entities and highlighted as Dominica’s Entertainment Capital, the Krazy Kokonuts for the more than two week promoted event.The Kickoff and CelebrationThe night kicked off with a sensational mixed repertoire performance by Dominican Band Kross Vibes who delivered to the entertainment hungry Dominican patrons a mix of veteran reggae and the new school of sizzling Dominican Bouyon Music. According to our profilers the well over 600 patrons from across the country got into the groove for what was to come next. It was ten minutes to midnight and popular Dominican DJ, Hallo Boy along with DJ Flip took patrons on a ride of their life as they dropped track after track after track and the error of announcing Da’ Ville as the act to follow was quickly corrected when he got into the groove. The night symbolic of an aesthetic resonated through the history of this Club Da’Ville having being the first one of many to Perform there.Tripple Kay’s performance.The event, with full Support of the country’s Police Force went without any surge of violence or aggression making the night of dancehall and reggae an “easy day break” as the Dominican would say. At 12:10 the patrons could hold it no longer and so Krazy issued the writ and Dominica’s M.C Peter Prosper Made the announcement that Jamaican singer Jay Demarco would soon take the stage. Tracks after track of various Jamaican Artistes were belted out by accompanying Disc Jockey from Demarco’s Entourage DJ Slaughter. Then one heard the voice, that the thousand plus present at the entertainment center had came out to hear. Dropping hit single after single ‘Duppy Know Who Fi Frighten’, ‘Fallen Soldiers’ and ‘True Friends’ were not left out by the Jamaican entertainer and his promised intense performance, only got better and better.The highpoint Demarco’s entry into the showFeeding off the energy of the very receptive crowd Demarco dropped the track that the Dominican Ladies seemed to have come out for but were seemingly shy to get unto the stage to assist the renowned artiste in his dance component on that Track, “She cah Wait”. It seemed only set for one Dominican woman who rewarded the singjay with the Dance of the Night and was subsequently herself rewarded with a taste of Krazy’s VIP Lounge .The night ended off with a stella performance from Dominican diva Sherian Letang who captivated patrons of the VIP with a taste of her new pop styling, a bit away from what she is commonly known for but not too far to see her end it off with a high energy mix of Soca and Sherian Style pop. Similarly Popular Bouyon Band Triple Kay delivered a mixed repertoire to a combination of VIP and regular patrons taking the event to a four am climax. Dominicans are time-tabling and according to our profilers next year is not too far away from their minds, one thing that remained clear is that Jamaican music has a place in Dominica and the Dominicans showed it.Press Release By: Tribal Serviceslast_img