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January 9, 2014
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High energy at Overdose


Some of the hotties at the event.

The year 2013 ended on a high note for famed Old Harbour-based promoter Conroy Samuels, as he played host to another successful Overdose party. This time it was the annual Christmas Ball.

The Overdose Entertainment CEO, organiser of the monthly event, has had a very successful year promoting his much-loved pool party. Regular fun and frolic became a part of its identity with consistent quality music as the backing.

The Christmas Ball, held at High House in Old Harbour, was no different. From the onset, selectors Hotta Maestro, DJ Badness, Gary Chuck and the ever-present Chub Roc, were on a musical rampage, thrilling patrons.

The patrons were in a frenzy after a rather phlegmatic display, mainly due to reluctance to smear their lavishly designed outfits. But, when music hits you feel no pain and sometimes lose your sense of public phobia.

The bar was kept busy all night. The big spenders came and were adamant not to be outdone by each other. Their efforts were also recognised; Mavado's Million Dollar Man and Beenie Man's Stock & Pile pumped some into numerous 'money pull-ups'.

The females also got into the mix and displayed great acrobatic dancing skills, much to the delight of the selectors and male patrons.

Samuels said he wished to publicly thank everyone for their contribution in making his Overdose brand a recognised name within the industry. "I've worked hard, but if it weren't for the fans, I would not be here today. I want to thank everyone publicly," he said.


Even the famous Carli Marli, videographer, got into the act. - Contributed


These two strike a pose for the camera.


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Overdose Entertainment CEO, Conroy Samuels.

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