I Love Soca hits Sabina for six

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April 07, 2018
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Tasha Diamond from Brooklyn was on her 'worst behaviour' at I Love Soca held at Sabina Park, South Camp Road in Kingston on Wednesday.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer The gorgeous Renee Pretty Chic stops for a photo.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Juet (left) and Kaydian Kidd enjoy the soca vibes.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Amanda dances up a storm at I Love Soca.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Athletics legend, Usain Bolt (left) gets into a dance-off with Silent Ravers.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer This duo make use of the grass to finish their dance.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Soca icon Allison Hinds backs it up on a willing male dancer.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Ding Dong came off stage to share the moment with his fans.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Skinny Fabulous in performance.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Avid Bajan lovers of soca, Danielle (left) and Aisha smile for the camera.
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I Love Soca created quite a spectacle as soca crazy patrons partied the night away at Sabina Park in Kingston on Wednesday.

Even though it was a soca party, selectors as well as dancehall artistes were allowed to express themselves lyrically with the genre which is indigenous to Jamaica.

Soca star Skinny Fabulous said his Jamaican colleagues were more than friends, they were like family. Immediately the selector thumped Popcaan's hit tune of the same name.

Skinny Fabulous then brought up Chi Ching Ching and veteran dancehall artiste Beenie Man, who was given a resounding forward.

Before them, soca icon Allison Hinds brought energy to the event as she gyrated, danced, jumped and pranced and had the crowd thoroughly entertained.

When she brought up one of her hits Togetherness, the crowd lost it, and revelling took centre stage.

Ding Dong and his Ravers Clavers crew were a crowd favourite, with their catchy dance songs captivating the audience.

Ding Dong went in the crowd to be close to his fans as he performed, and when he returned to the stage, he called up the big man himself, Usain Bolt, who had an interesting dance-off with Silent Ravers, the creator of the popular Lebeh Lebeh dance.

Even after all the performers left the stage, more than half of the patrons stayed back to soak up more soca music.

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