Mavado's daughter ready for Wa-Ta Fantasy


Mavado's daughter ready for Wa-Ta Fantasy

Friday, October 18, 2019

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Daniela Brooks, the teenage daughter of dancehall artiste Mavado, is setting her sights on following in her father's footsteps.

Performing under the moniker Skye Diamond, she is deep in preparation for her performance at Wa-Ta Fantasy — Foam and Water Party set for this Saturday at Premier Plaza, in the heart of Half-Way-Tree.

Promoter of the event Freddy Drummond said patrons can expect to hear the Gully God's daughter perform her recent track Life Story. In the tune she sings, “people see me smile but don't know how mi feel, Jah bless me with a likkle joy every thing me a do fi him, bredda drop a jail, yo daddy you a mi G”.

“Skye Diamond will be performing her new song in which she shares certain aspects of her life and gives a shout out to her dad,” said Drummond.

The event which is themed 'Next to Naked' will also feature fast rising Drewsland-base artist Kash. The young entertainer has been creating a buzz in the dancehall sphere with songs such as Winning and Large Life.

The music for the event will be provided by Super Hype, DJ Wild Life and Bigger Five.

Adrian Montague, who is also a promoter of the event said that patrons should expect to get wet and have a blast just like last year.

“It's actually been going on for a year now. We hope to replicate the enjoyment that our patrons had the previous staging of the event,” he said.

Some of the attractions for this year include a foam pit, free tattoos and piercings, water gun, water trucks, and a water slide.

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