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January 3, 2013
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Scores of patrons line up for Heineken Mega Club YusH
Sadeke Brooks, Staff Reporter

Yush Mega Club Party, held at the National Indoor Sports Centre, on Saturday night, December 29. - Winston Sill

There were long lines to get into a packed National Indoor Sports Centre, but it was Renaissance Disco that created some spark towards the end of Heineken Mega Club Yush held on Saturday.

Many persons lined up to get into the event's VIP and general areas. The attendance was also reflected in the packed parking lot and venue. But throughout most of the night, the music didn't seem to move from one level.

In their first stint, Renaissance had patrons doing the 'Sweep' and 'Online' dance moves. There was also quite a bit of sing-a-long when they played TLC's Scrub, Ricky Blaze's I Feel Free and Busy Signal's Caan Buy Mi Out.

Coppershot Disco came with smooth juggling that included songs like Beres Hammond's Putting Up Resistance, Buju Banton's Browning and Black Woman and Tony Rebel's Fresh Vegetable. Throughout this segment, there was very little movement among the patrons.

The tempo increased with Beenie Man's Slam, Merciless' Gal Dem Gizzada and Bushman's Call The Hearse, but only a few persons danced.

After being still for quite some time, patrons gave 'forwards' to Capleton'sCrazy Look. They moved a bit to Assassin's We A Di Ruffest and Sean Paul's Get Busy, while being teased with Konshens' Gal A Bubble.

Collin Hines started with Shaggy's Oh Carolina. Eventually, there was more dancing when he drew for songs like Spice's Nuh Fight Ova Man, Cobra's Done Wife, Beenie Man's Gal Dem Train and Shabba's Trailer Load A Gal.

With more and more of the same general music throughout the night, there were screams when the selector played Konshens' Stop Sign and Vybz Kartel's Dumpa Truck,

At 3:45 a.m. some patrons were beginning to leave, but Renaissance somehow got majority of the remaining patrons dancing, a first for the night. They danced up a storm to Capleton's Tun It Up, RDX's Dancer's Anthem and others. Screams later came for Tony Matterhorn's Dutty Wine, and RDX's Jump.

Yush Mega Club Party, held at the National Indoor Sports Centre, on Saturday night, December 29. - Winston Sill

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