Aidonia and Stein rock LIME road show Featured

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Hard hitting dancehall deejays Aidonia and Stein on Friday night stamped their class and made their presence felt to a combined 15,000+ strong at the Clock Tower and Premier Plaza leg of the LIME road show.

The concert series hosted by telecommunications giant LIME as part of the Fashion Night Out festivities, saw hordes of Jamaicans descending on the parish capital to get a glimpse of their favourite celebrity while indulging in some heavily discounted shopping across the city.

Commencing at the headquarters of LIME on Half Way Tree Road, the over twenty celebrities met and greeted the staff obliging photo opts before heading to the New Kingston branch for cameo appearances, giving customers a chance to interact with them. Following the brief stay it was onto Clock Tower and Premier Plaza where the already huge crowds were amped from musical selections ahead of the performances.

Leading the charge were several newcomers such as Denyque before the Big Ship family and Leftside took over and delivered some good sets. Next was Aidonia who wasted no time in lifting the crowd’s energy level with the entrance of ‘Bad People’ and continued with a plethora of hits to the pleasure of the large gathering.

After paying homage to Bounty Killer and Elephant Man the J.O.P leader then paved the way for Stein, Bounty and Elephant whom quickly joined him on stage and collectively; literally ripped the crowd to shreds with their extensive catalogue.
Another well received set was that of philanthropist and multi-platinum recording artiste Shaggy who had the ladies gasping for more with his bombastic showmanship.
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