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Blue Essence Kings Plaza

Blue Essence Kings Plaza

Blue Essence Kings Plaza

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Good vibes at the Blue Essence Live during the second day of Kingston Music Week.

Despite the no show of the two main headline acts and the earlier showers of rain that threatened to derail the event, nothing could stop the vibes at Blue Essence Live, on the 2nd day of Kingston Music Week. The spirit of the music fraternity was evident, as with the absence of billed headliners U-Roy and Eddie Fitzroy several artistes made themselves available to fill the void. Among the performers on the night were Harmony House saxophonist, Laroque; Singer Tuffy; Roots FM radio broadcaster Dalton Screechie and eighties DJ, Dillinger.

The audience was also treated to a performance by surprise act, Little John who after watching as a spectator for quite some time, was encourage by the audience to take the stage. He did not disappoint and did some of his hits like, All Over Me, Clarkes Booty & Sharon. The audience was in for another pleasant surprise, in the form of another act that has not graced the Jamaica stage in several years; Yami Bolo. He reminded the crowd of his catalogue by teasing the crowd with a few of his songs including Stay With Me & Isn’t She Lovely before exiting the stage. The quality of the performances was evident in the fact that the crowd was visibly satisfied at the end of the night, despite the late start and the absence of the billed headliners. 


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