Jamaican artists shine bright on 96.1 WEFM and at Together As One Concert in Trinidad
Last night’s, July 4th, Together As One Concert (T.A.O) in Trinidad, featured the top headliners in dancehall and soca. The line up included chart toppers from Barbados, Leadpipe & Saddis; Trinidadian popular artists Roy Cape All Stars, Squeeky Ranking, Blaxx, Darnella Simmons, Orlando Octave and Ricardo Drue; and Jamaican dancehall artists Charly Black, Aidonia, Busy Signal and Konshens. Just like the Olympics, the flag for Jamaica waved high. Aidonia, Busy Signal and Konshens, delivered high caliber performances before and during this music festival. More After The Jump…
The dancehall artists reached a zenith as they showed off their unique styles in the sport of free-style on 96.1 WEFM, hosted by Trevlyn and Ding Dong. The conglomeration of an effervescent delivery by Konshens, the powerful voice of Aidonia and the high energy “Hotted” lyrics of Busy Signal, lead to a dynamic show highlighting Jamaican talent. The dance hall was nice again with talent, sportsmanship, joy, laughter, and commodore.
“Sex Pon di Riddim” (Video also features artist, Javada)
“Kingston 20 Nuh Frighten Fi Bleep” (Video also features artist, Deablo)
The fun continued at the TAO concert in the Queen’s Park, Savannah. Busy Signal in particular, showed why he is know as the ‘Turf President” and blew fans away with some fancy footwork: