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July 11, 2014
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All White party well attended despite showers

Tifa - File

Despite intermittent showers earlier throughout the day, patrons came out in impressive numbers at the All White Party at Sunset Jacks, East Hartford, which was promoted by DNZ Promotions and NS Music Enterprise on July 4.

With the Connecticut River in the background, patrons grooved to varied and diverse musical selections by various disc jockeys.

However it was the stage show which took the event to a higher decibel and kept patrons musically entertained into the wee hours of the morning.

Armed with her growing catalogue of hits, dancehall diva Tifa, delivered a rousing and entertaining set which saw the female patrons showing their appreciation. Tifa dropped hits such as Spell It Out, Crawny Gal, Bottom of the Barrel, Matie Wine, Dash Out and her current hit Bak It Up. She was later joined on stage by a male patron who proceeded to help her in the demonstration of Bak It Up.

Deejay Frassman was on home turf and fans gave him a hero's welcome. The former Waltham Park Road resident, who migrated to the US a few years ago, has been making a name for himself on the US dancehall scene.

Songs including Nuh Man, Dat Nuh Hard Fi Do and Go Down And Wine (his current chart buster) had fans singing along from start to finish.

Khago was also in fine form delivering Nah Sell Out, Blood A Boil, Jah Jah Bless Me and Tun Up Di Ting.

Prior to and after the performances, the selectors kept patrons dancing with dancehall, reggae, hip hop and EDM treats. Sun jock JJ Wizzle, ZJs Liquid and Dymond and Foota Hype were outstanding in their respective sets.

DNZ head honcho Nikki Z hosted the event.

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