Tuesday, September 5, 2023

Reach fi di stars, if mi miss, me catch e cloud (yeah)

Mummy seh, "Di money nuh matta, yuh mek me proud"...

It's 2:18 am on Sunday when dancehall artiste Masicka returned to a Kingston stage for the first time in five years. There's no break, he's out, and he's off! He delivers more bars from his 2020 hit I Wish, before delving deeper into his catalogue.

'A'-TeamFriends (from left) Abbigayle Larmond, Abbeygail Linton, Adean Thomas, and Abigale Sutherland made it girls' night out.Karl Mclarty
<strong id="strong-47be2db39e3e9c218b86a440e8562e3e">King Inna Earth</strong> - From beginning to end, Masicka's over hour-long performance was 10/10. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
<strong id="strong-b57cb36347cf9605bbf165d51469b377">Pyro-'Technics' </strong>- Long before Masicka hit the stage, his 2019 hit Image got torch salutes from Streetz patrons like Acheim "@ach3im" Brown. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
<strong id="strong-fb57ca8ef712899a54ef3ec3cfe91748">One Syde</strong> - In from Ireland were David Blake (left) and James Watson. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
<strong id="strong-50289640cdf7633a795f7c7dc2c9bd0a">Tha 'Jem'</strong> - Jadeen "Jade" McGhie was on-trend in a bodydsuit from LOUD Fashion and patchwork denim jacket from Fashionenira. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
<strong id="strong-d956cb7d5b244f3db326c07eb179a37b">Six Pack</strong> - Toronto-based artiste Sample "@sampleking13" King's drink of choice was Dragon Stout. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)

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