DJ Paul Michael to energise Ribbiz

Saturday, September 23, 2017

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International DJ and member of New York City's Natural Born Club Killas, DJ Paul Michael, is set to make his return to Jamaica this week with an engaging set promised at the Ribbiz Ultra Lounge, next Friday, September 29.

Popular eatery and lounge Ribbiz is known for its superb and unrivalled guest service, delectable dishes and unforgettable nightlife experiences. Ribbiz will play host to the prolific DJ who has played for a number of entertainment's key players including Jamaica's own Shaggy, Buju Banton, Beres Hammond, Beenie Man, Bounty Killer, Konshens and international superstars Trey Songz, Usain Bolt and Kevin Hart.

DJ Paul Michael has thrilled audiences in Jamaica before, most notably at Dream Weekend's Extreme Wet n' Wild.

“I would have to say performing for the roughly 9,000 enthusiastic people at The Dream Weekend Wet 'n Wild party was my most enjoyable experience to date. It was awesome!,” he said. “Jamaica is the ultimate test for any DJ. The Jamaican audience really knows music and is extremely discerning when it comes to how it is played at a party. If they like you, you know you're doing pretty good,” he said jokingly when quizzed about his Jamaican experiences thus far.”

DJ Paul Michael is promising to captivate Ribbiz's audience of avid partygoers with energy, creativity and a few surprises.

“I won't even know what I'm going to do until I get there,” when asked what patrons should expect.

He said his main focus currently is expanding his brand. He plans to achieve this through additional international tour dates, which will take him worldwide.




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