Boom Boom gets strong support at birthday party

January 13, 2018
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Birthday boy Boom Boom got his fair share of attention from the ladies. Here he poses with (from left) Kadian, Marion and Crazy from the Swizzle Body Crew.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer The musical duo of Boom Boom and Harry Hype pose for the camera.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Jasmin Halper was all smiles.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer True Jackson lights up the celebrity area.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer DHQ Shamara (left) shares lens space with a foreign-based dancer.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Dancer Keiva Di Diva showed up in yellow.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer The Japanese pair of Milky (left) and Chiakl hang out at dancehall selector Boom Boom's birthday bash.

Dancehall selector Boom Boom says that his main aim for 2018 is to give the youth on the 'streets' a 'buss'.

"I want some Caribbean dates so the youths dem that neva fly out can know how plane feel and experience being in another country other than Jamaica," the ace disc jock said.

Boom Boom was speaking after he had a successful birthday party at the Uptown Mondayz Headquarters located on Savannah Plaza in Half-Way Tree recently.

"I would like to big up my sponsor Hennessy and Hennessy brand manager Jared Samuels for their support. To my fans, I say thank you," he said.

"Big up people like Stacey Xpressions, my co-workers, Harry Hype, and Metromedia with Sky Juice."

He said that the party was a "great look", as foreigners flocked the event.

"The party was a blast. We had people from the UK, The US, Canada, and Japan," he said.

Party heavyweights such as Julius 10 Star, GQ, and their teams were in attendance. So too were Father Wee Pow of Stone Love, Father Dessi from Portmore-based sound system Flava Unit, among others.

The party had a good energy, and dancers and dancehall supporters were out in their numbers.

Here are highlights from the event.

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