Wednesday, September 6, 2023

Dancehall artiste Masicka ignited a wave of excitement weeks ago when it was confirmed that he was set to perform in Kingston for the first time in years. His fans — many of who missed out on the deejay's epic Sumfest performance — converged at the National Stadium from as early as 9:00 pm, last Saturday for Streetz, a musical festival headlined by the

And it was well worth the wait. Clad in an Amiri sweatshirt, Masicka emerged onstage in the wee hours of Sunday morning, belting out lyrics to I Wish. The stage went up in flames (in a good way) as he delivered even more hits, eventually inviting some of his industry friends to join him.

Page 2 was out people-watching, and shares snaps of a few patrons who channelled Rock-star vibes.

<strong id="strong-30e91978678b7b513b8d07d099fb0e55">Just The Image</strong> - Innovative Systems Executive Chairman Garth Walker was stylish in Versace. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
<strong id="strong-bee69462c71fc0f114e0f8fce17b439c">Inna Every Language</strong> - Dressed in all-black, dancehall artiste Popcaan (left) joined Masicka onstage. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
<strong id="strong-280defc7b1b29ff6b311193ca982c414">In Da Streetz</strong> - Masicka fans Amanda Anderson (left) and Aaliyah Greene said their fave songs are Like Gold and Suicide Note, respectively. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
Brick HOUSE&amp; Lace - Talecia Holmes made a solid case for lace. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
<strong id="strong-3427ce092b98be15746baac042ce9189">Rock 'n' Kohl</strong> - Make-up artist Keneisha"@iamkend0ll" Bryan's all-black look was on point, but it was the flawless face for us. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
<strong id="strong-df6b3dd33cc81d539f5de3392843780d">Top Form</strong> - House of Balloons boss Sadé "@shadzdadadz" Glanville was out to prove that crop top season was still in full effect. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
<strong id="strong-044dad21dcf9257a3d74daeb53989b0c">Graphic Content</strong> - Patron Shauna "@poshstudioz.shauna" Bennett aced the concert gears in a cropped graphic tee and leatherette shorts. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)

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