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May 27, 2014
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Digicel 'In di Streetz' a success

Sponsorship executive at Digicel, Danielia McLean (centre), strikes a pose with the Best Dressed Female and Male during Digicel's 'In Di Streetz' Community Link-up in Junction, St Elizabeth, on Thursday night. - Contributed

As part of its latest community link-up initiatives, Digicel took to 'di streetz' in Junction Square, St Elizabeth on Thursday with a massive street dance dubbed, 'In di Streetz'.

From as far as could be seen, the more than 5,000 patrons, who filled every nook and cranny of the square, were jumping with hands in the air and requesting pull-ups one after the other as community DJs, Miss Kitty and guest artiste, Aidonia, lived up to their names and went all out on stage.

Maintaining its authenticity, the event featured several staple elements of the street dance, including the 'picha man' to capture the 'hottie hottie' moments of the night, while others were being topped up periodically by the soup man or the jerk chicken man on the side. Partner Wray & Nephew was responsible for the token drink and keeping the bar stocked out with bucket deals and other drink specials.

Senior Sponsorship Manager at Digicel, Tahnida Nunes said, "The turnout tonight is amazing. It's very rewarding to see the streets of Junction Square corked with everyone in great spirits and enjoying the vibes".

Ms Kitty took over the role of the 'mic-man' as she used her gift of gab to artistically introduce selections by ZJ Ice who had the crowd in a frenzy.

Other entertainers for the night included local favourites such as Humble Kid who delivered a few choice lyrics, followed by winners of the 'Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall' show, Kandy K and Krushal, who both took turns to reinforce why they came out on top in the competition.

Aidonia received screams, cheers and whistles as he performed a slew of his hits including Bad People, Kush Inna Mi Head and Run Road. He had the ladies begging for more with Fi Di Jockey, Bruki, Straight Happiness and Stay in My Arms.

From as far as could be seen, the more than 5,000 patrons, who filled every nook and cranny of the square, were jumping ...

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