‘Soca Nawmal’ set to excite at Sabina Park
Biggs Don

With a line-up of performers which includes Brysco, Biggs Don, and Trinidadian soca artiste Yung Bredda, promoters of next Saturday’s staging of ‘Soca Nawmal’ at Sabina Park in Kingston are hoping to score a win.

Shemar Green is a member of 3Peat Entertainment, promoters of Soca Nawmal.

“The idea behind Soca Nawmal is a fusion between soca music and dancehall music. It’s about pleasing two genres of music and giving patrons the same experience in one with soca and nawmal dancehall,” Green explained.

This will be the first staging of the event.

“What patrons can expect next Saturday is a collaboration of soca/dancehall disc jockeys and a few trending artistes performing alongside a soca artiste who will be performing live for the very first time in Jamaica. Patrons also are able to take their own choice of alcohol to the event. We are offering an experience of a lifetime for them,” said Green.

DJ Shella

The other members of 3Peat Entertainment are Jay Smith and Toushane Green.

“Our team is very experienced in executing great events. Patrons will be left with a memorable evening filled with great vibes, wonderful music, paired with responsible drinking. Simply put, we will be hosting a successful event,” Green assured.

Aside from the performances, patrons will get down to some of the hottest songs of the day courtesy of disc jocks, including DJ Shella, DJ Tyler, DJ Franco, Brush1, DJ Cyclone, Hyperactive Sound, and X-Factor.

Brysco
Yung Bredda

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