Saturday, July 22, 2023

Page 2 is back at Pearly Beach where Nigerian superstar Burna Boy, a few fans and friends gathered to celebrate his 32nd birthday. The beach party quickly turned into a stage show when some of Burna Boy's fave dancehall acts hit the stage to perform.

From Skeng to LaaLee, Tommy Lee, and Kemar "Sauceboss" Highcon, dancehall certainly repped for the Afrobeats boss.

Here are more highlights.

Da-da-da-daThough they did not perform the Talibans II remix, Nigerian superstar Burna Boy (right) joined Jamaican-born, St Kitts-bred artiste Byron Messia onstage as he performed the original version of the hit song. (Joseph Wellington)
Beach- Bound - The Barcode hostesses were armed and ready for the private beach event. (Joseph Wellington)
Under Vibes - Dancehall artiste Tommy Lee gave the Page 2 lens a view of his 'fit. (Joseph Wellington)
Run Dem Block - Fun fact: Burna Boy (right) knows pretty much all of Skeng's songs word for word. The African giant joined the Protocol singer onstage during his Pearly Beach-located birthday celebration. (Joseph Wellington)
Still Poppin' - Social media personality and Fyah 105 radio host Kerry-Ann "Chiney K" Collins stepped in front of the Page 2 lens before heading to the stage to assume her role as host. (Joseph Wellington)
Green Light, Go! - In from Miami was Alexis Brown in a white teenikini and green crochet cover-up skirt. (Joseph Wellington)
Side By Side - Imega Breese McNab, former executive director at the PSOJ, and hubby Alan McNab, director of Annamar Solutions, joined the festivities. (Joseph Wellington)
10 Outta 10 - Singer and songwriter Lauren 10 got a perfect score for her denim 'fit paired with Chanel rimless sunnies and Alexander Wang slides. (Joseph Wellington)
Making A Cameo......was Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Jesse Royal. (Joseph Wellington)

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