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January 13, 2014
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Clean to Mi Step lives up to expectations


The 4th annual Clean to Mi Step event, held recently at Club Afrodiziac in Portmore, St Catherine, ended in fantastic fashion after a late start.

The musical mastery of Chris Dymond, Six Killa, Bumpy Cash and DJ Shampoo was well executed for the most part. The tempo never dipped and there was joy on the faces of the Chekkazz Family - Young Blood, Bama Fearless, Mr Fresh, Shawn Hype, Advance, Phil, Little Chekk and Jay Outsider.

Like its previous three editions, Clean to Mi Step brought out the best in patrons. The men donned dapper outfits, some being very unconventional.

The ladies, appearing to be in their own most-skimpily dressed contest, created eye candy for the men as they strutted to and fro.

As the wee hours approached, things got really exciting, and the previously uptight crowd, began to loosen themselves as Chris Dymond went into his album of song selections. Like Chris Dymond, DJ Shampoo had an excellent outing and bonded well with the ladies. Bumpy Cash's almost flawless set drew an array of 'money pull ups' from the event's 'big spenders'.

Both the selectors and patrons wished continued success for the Chekkazz Family, something which was met with gratitude by group member Young Blood.

"We never imagined this kind of support when we decided to keep the first event. Now, the support continues to surprise us, and for that we are very grateful," he said.

Clean to Mi Step was sponsored by popular restaurant Chicken & Tings.

Scenes from Clean to Mi Step held at Club Afrodiziac in Portmore, St Catherine, recently.



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