Flava Unit delivers at Ken's
This year's annual street dance at the Ken's Wildflower parking lot lived up to its name as Flava Unit and the team and the Klassique Climax crew recently celebrated Jamaica's 54th birthday with fans and friends in fine style.
Wray and Nephew White Overproof Rum, the main sponsor, did an extraordinary job with the ambience and decor which enhanced the party experience.
Wray and Nephew rum flowed all night, while patrons rocked to the skilful juggling of the master mixer Deano and master of ceremonies Alex Frass, who entertained and had the crowd begging for more.
Dancehall crews represented in full force, as did many radio disc jockeys and selectors. Patrons were in high spirits dancing and enjoying the entertainment from Flava Unit DJs.
High vibes were maintained all night until the final song for the night was played. Patrons left filled with satisfaction at how they celebrated Jamaica's birthday. "Special mention to owner and operator of Ken's Wildflower, Lester 'Father Ken' Crooks, as he has kept up the Independence street dance tradition for many years and has never ceased to satisfy," said Dessi, the owner of Flava Unit.
"Portmore is dear to my heart, and as a Jamaican, I use this medium to celebrate not only Jamaica's Independence, but also our freedom, and we need all Jamaicans to play their part in the advancement of our country on the global stage," Crooks added.