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January 3, 2014
Star Entertainment


YUSH - delights patrons
Sadeke Brooks, Staff Reporter

With a big turnout and lively music, Cham was the perfect cherry to top off the Yush experience.

When Yush was held last Saturday at the National Indoor Sports Centre, St Andrew, there was a long line of traffic to enter the venue and the crowd waiting to enter was just as large. Coppershot Disco entertained with Super Cat's Vineyard Style, Bushman's Call The Hearse and Bounty Killer's Look Into My Eyes that triggered the 'Jerry Springer' dance move.

Although the music was decent, the host Cham seemed to inject a different level of energy into the party when he took the stage.

With confetti filling the air, he sang Galang Ya Gal. Spitting song after song, he certainly entertained and got quite a few 'gun salutes' from the audience. Upon his return later in the evening, he did Vitamin S, Joyride and Drop It.

Bassy Oddessey was also one of the selectors for the night and they had patrons dancing to Destiny's Child's Independent and Whitney Houston's How Do I Know.

And following one of Cham's stint on stage, Mix Master Marvin took to the turntables with Sizzla's Give It To Dem and Get To The Point. Sean Paul's Gimmie The Light and Cobra's Press Trigger were among the favourites.

Coppershot returned with a string of songs from Vybz Kartel, Mavado, and Aidonia. But although Coppershot was energetic and selecting at a fast pace, Bass Oddessey was not very recent in their selections although it was now approaching 4:30 a.m. Some of their more recent selections came later in the form of alternative songs such as I Gotta Feeling and Gangnam Style. But patrons may have got their cue to leave when the selector played ska song Carry Go Bring Come.

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