DJ Slaughter rocks Mas Camp

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

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KINGSTON: Trinidad's DJ Dawg E Slaughter unleashed his musical talents to an appreciative audience at Mas Camp held at Stadium North in St Andrew on Friday.


The deejay commanded the jam-packed venue until well after the scheduled 2:00 am closing time.


The evening began with Renaissance's DJ Smoke, whose set included a mix of past and present soca songs. His selections included Dance and Dingolay by Denise Belfon, Bunji Garlin's So & So and Kes the Band's Precision Wine.


It was a smooth transition when DJ Slaughter took the reins at 9:30 pm. Dressed in full black, his energy quickly permeated the venue until he had every waist whining, every foot jumping and every hand waving as patrons enjoyed his musical delivery.


He blended reggae-infused soca favourites with past hits as well dropping some of this year's offerings including Super Blue's Fantastic Fridays and Fog by Machel Montano.


This Friday will see the first live performance from Bunji Garlin, along with his wife, Fay-Ann Lyons. They will be backed by the Asylum Band.


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