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May 24, 2014
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Career Day at Cheap Mondayz!

Japanese connection was in the house.

In keeping up with the theme, these two women came in their construction workers outfit.

These two were obviously caught up with the music.

For years, Cheap Mondayz has provided the community of Greenwich Farm with great entertainment, as its promoter Triston 'Touch A Blue' Tulloch continues to be creative.

With Career Day set as the theme, scores of patrons flocked the venue in anticipation of a musical onslaught by Stone Love's duo fantastic, Jazzy J and Genius.

Their desires were duly satisfied when the men combined to create a partying atmosphere, reminiscent of carnival in full swing. It was nothing outrageous, just people having clean fun with some very witty song selections for the soothing of their souls.
This patron does the 'Moggela' dance.

Richie Stephens (left) chills with Cheap Mondayz' promoter Triston Tulloch at Cheap Mondayz in Greenwich Farm, St Andrew recently.

celebrities

Passing through were some celebrities. Seen were the likes of Richie Stephens, Daniel aka DI, Wat A Gwan's host Camalla LaTouche and the evergreen Wee Pow, founder of the sound system aforementioned.

Tulloch said the outcome of the event was exactly what he had predicted. He also sought to thank the patrons for their support.

"I appreciate the support from the patrons, which I think has been tremendous over the four years. The event will have Campari on board shortly, so I am expecting greater things, but I am very pleased with everything so far," he said.

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