Spice delivers at Chug It

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January 05, 2016
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Scenes during Chug It at Sugarman's Beach in Hellshire, Portmore, St Catherine recently.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Scenes during Chug It at Sugarman's Beach in Hellshire, Portmore, St Catherine recently.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Scenes during Chug It at Sugarman's Beach in Hellshire, Portmore, St Catherine recently.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Scenes during Chug It at Sugarman's Beach in Hellshire, Portmore, St Catherine recently.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Scenes during Chug It at Sugarman's Beach in Hellshire, Portmore, St Catherine recently.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Scenes during Chug It at Sugarman's Beach in Hellshire, Portmore, St Catherine recently.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Scenes during Chug It at Sugarman's Beach in Hellshire, Portmore, St Catherine recently.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Scenes during Chug It at Sugarman's Beach in Hellshire, Portmore, St Catherine recently.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Scenes during Chug It at Sugarman's Beach in Hellshire, Portmore, St Catherine recently.
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Entertainer Spice showed why she is much sought after by promoters locally and overseas after she delivered a telling performance at the Chug It drink-inclusive party at Sugarman's Beach in Hellshire, Porrmore, St Catherine, recently.

Songs like So Mi Like It and Needle Eye created a buzz at the venue; however, the hype and the tempo of her time on stage soared as Team Spice dancers, consisting of the MoBay's duo of Tall Up and Danger, gave the crowd a treat in acrobatic dancing.

The Turbo energy-drinks girls also held their own much to the delight of the large crowd.

Spice 'bigged-up' dancehall artiste Vybz Kartel and received many forwards. She did Conjugal Visit, a collaboration between herself and the incarcerated artiste.

Tanto Blacks, who performed earlier, used mainly gimmicks and antics to get the crowd to a high. When he went into his hit single, Real Rich, the excitement reached fever pitch. His dancers, especially his 'Duppy', kept the vibes going. Duppy even chipped in on the vocals.

Earlier, the musical duo of Team Shella, made up of Ikel Marvelous and Flabba Dabba, made the ladies 'bruck loose' as they spun mainly dancehall, hip hop, soca, and pop music for the dance-hungry fans, who were already under a 'vibe' with alcoholic mixes all around from several bars.

The promoter, Andrew French, the CEO of Winners Events, was happy as the beach party series ended the year on a high.

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