Celebrities support Echo One’s event
A section of the crowd attending ‘Youngest Legend’ in Clarendon on May 14.

Popular disc jock and selector Dwayne “Fire Wayne” Cousins is in high spirits following the overwhelming support of his joint celebratory event, Youngest Legend, held in Baillieston, Clarendon on May 14.

The event marked the anniversary of his sound Echo One and also his birthday party. Entertainers including Charly Back, Concrossis, Iwaata, Silk Boss, Warrior King, Chuck Fenda, Richie Spice, Hot Frass, Mawga Don, Snatcha Lion, and Keplah came out to support the event.

“We have been having this event for over a decade now and we are grateful for the support from the residents and the artistes who came out to support. A good time was had by all,” said Fire Wayne.

Echo One sound, which has been around since 1989, was rebranded in 2004 with Fire Wayne and his team, including Bruck Bad, Bucka, DJ Calico, JJ Wizzle, Hutchie, Fresh Mint and DJ Dane.

In what could have been interpreted as a mini music festival, the entertainers delivered memorable performances which kept patrons entertained.

Sounds and selectors including King Harmony, Unzie Killa, Good Vibes, Super Unit, 9ney Badness and ZJ Ice provided the musical juggling.

Fire Wayne (left) and Silk Boss
Warrior King in performance
Hot Frass
Richie Spice
Kevin Jackson

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