Uptown Mondayz hands out awards

October 20, 2018
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Hanging out at Uptown Mondayz anniversary are (from left) discjock Boom Boom, reggae star Junior Gong and DJ Tam.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer DJ Ruxie (left) with Ricky Dungatown salute the camera.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer K-Queens pose for the camera.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Rum Boss Lybran (left) and singer Chico were among the celebrities at Uptown Mondayz anniversary at Savannah Plaza, Half-Way Tree, St Andrew on Monday.
Lady K steals the show in this colourful outfit.

Fast-rising discjock DJ Mental had mixed feelings as for the second year running, he was awarded the DJ of the Year at the awards section of Uptown Mondayz anniversary last Monday.

But he was saddened by the passing of his friends, dancer Bone Crusher and comedian Elva Ruddock.

"Bone Crusher was a great motivator and good friend, while Elva was like a mother to me. When she was around, it wasn't possible for me to have a bad day; she was a precious gem," he said.

Among the awardees were Ding Dong and the Ravers Clavers, who were named dance group of the year. Their creation 'Flairy' won dance of the year.

Meanwhile, discjock Boom Boom and his mixer, Harry Hype, launched their own sound named Master Muzik.

Witty, Uptown Mondayz promoter, was happy with the turnout.

"I'm feeling great about the turnout; thanks for the patronage throughout the year," he told fans. A number of celebrities supported the event.

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