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April 8, 2014
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Skinny Fabulous brings 'Worst Behaviour' to Bacchanal
Curtis Campbell, STAR Writer




The carnival excitement continued last Friday at the new Mas Camp. However, this week was not the usual music and DJ package, as organisers flew in soca artiste Skinny Fabulous, who showed why he is one of the most popular soca acts to practise the art in recent times.

Skinny Fabulous entered the main stage at 1 a.m. and was welcomed by a huge roar of approval from the audience. He immediately got down to business by performing his highly popular Worst Behaviour single, as patrons threw their bodies at each other.

"Jamaicans are one of the happiest set of people in the world," he said, and dedicated Live Mi Life to the Jamaican audience, who responded positively.

While having the audience in the palm of his hands, the artiste proceeded to whip up some popular songs like Bomb A Drop and Don't Tell Me I Can't Come In. All songs received good responses as patrons waved their rags, flags and hands to show their appreciation for Skinny Fabulous' presentation.

The artiste concluded his set with Worst Behaviour and again the audience reacted positively, as if the song wasn't being performed for the second time during his set on the night.

Before the live performance, DJ Richie Ras kept the Bacchanal crowd alive, courtesy of hype singles such as Palance, Differentology, among others.

The Bacchanal celebration at Mas Camp continues this Friday.

curtis.campbell@gleanerjm.com






- photographs by Winston Sill

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