Hennessey It's Tha Party 'sell off'

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June 18, 2016
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Scenes during Hennessey It's Tha Party at Sabina Park, South Camp Road in Kingston.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Scenes during Hennessey It's Tha Party at Sabina Park, South Camp Road in Kingston.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Scenes during Hennessey It's Tha Party at Sabina Park, South Camp Road in Kingston.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Scenes during Hennessey It's Tha Party at Sabina Park, South Camp Road in Kingston.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Scenes during Hennessey It's Tha Party at Sabina Park, South Camp Road in Kingston.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Scenes during Hennessey It's Tha Party at Sabina Park, South Camp Road in Kingston.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Scenes during Hennessey It's Tha Party at Sabina Park, South Camp Road in Kingston.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Scenes during Hennessey It's Tha Party at Sabina Park, South Camp Road in Kingston.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Scenes during Hennessey It's Tha Party at Sabina Park, South Camp Road in Kingston.
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Dancehall icon Bounty Killer's birthday celebration dubbed Hennessey It's Tha Party, held last week Friday, was a resounding success. The Sabina Park venue in Kingston was near jam-packed as early as midnight.

In celebration of his 43rd birthday, Hennessey presented Bounty Killer with a bottle of its exclusive Hennessey 250 Collector Blend.

The ladies were out in their numbers, dressed to impress. Giving support to Bounty's party were Voicemail, Richie Stephens, Junior Gong, Wayne Marshall, Bling Dawg, Bugle, and Munga Honourable.

Wray & Nephew support came via Hennessey Brand Manager Jared Samuels and Kevon Spence, brand manager, other rums.

The new CEO of Sunfest, Joe Bogdanovich and his Downsound Records team, including Harry Toddler and disc jock Ikel Marvlous of Team Shella, were in the VIP section to celebrate with the artiste. So, too, was Shauna Chin.

The Alliance Next Generation (ANG) leader was in a upbeat mood throughout his party as selector Boom Boom and others dished out musical treats, from past 'Killer' hits to more recent compilations.

Here are some pictorial highlights from the party.

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