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August 2, 2014
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Yesterday continues success streak

CURTIS CAMPBELL, STAR Writer

Droves of patrons turned out at the New Mas Camp recently for Yesterday - Best of the '90s.

The event attracted various age groups who all grooved to the DJs' selections of timeless hits.

Yesterday started early and commanded a big crowd from 11 p.m. The event was powered by LIME and Wray and Nephew Overproof Rum, and patrons had more than enough of the beverage to keep them energetic for the entire night.

DJ Nicco was the first to grace the turntables and he dished out the best of the King of Pop drawing for songs like Billy Jean and Beat It. These selections were much to the delight of the majority of the patrons and they danced up a storm to show their approval.

More experienced 90s DJs, Sniper and DJ Marvin came next. They were able to raise the bar even higher. The duo delivered timeless hits from artistes like Beenie Man, Bounty Killer, Lady Saw and Shabba Ranks.

The Wray and Nephew and LIME promotional dancers kept the venue buzzing by dancing along to the infectious beats and it was non-stop partying until the event was over minutes after 2 a.m.

LIME and Superior Honda gave away several gifts to the patrons at intervals.

curtis.campbell@gleanerjm.com

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