Aidonia Rocks Trinidad & Set To Release ‘Project Sweat
PRISM MARKETING CONSULTANTS || JULY 7, 2015 || Hard hitting dancehall artiste Aidonia currently making waves with the singles 'Nuh Boring Gyal' and 'Pretty Please' invaded the twin island republic of Trinidad & Tobago over the weekend.
The deejay was billed as one of the headliners for the 'T.A.O' (Together As One) concert on Saturday, July 4 at Queen Park, Savannah in Port Of Spain alongside a number of other acts. Speaking with the Trinidadian media prior to the show Aidonia said, "The fans can come out expecting nothing but a great performance and lots of interaction.”
“I am about making sure when my fans leave the venue they get a complete and memorable show." – He added.
And a memorable performance it was indeed! Saturday night like a true entertainer a sweat drenched Aidonia took patrons inside the packed venue on a journey through is expanding catalogue reeling off fans favourites like ‘Fi The Jockey’, ‘Run Road’, and ‘Tip Pon Yuh Toe’ to much fanfare in the wee hours of Sunday morning.
Locally the JOP boss is gearing up to release an exclusive project for the ladies titled 'Project Sweat'; the compilation will consist of ten songs of varying tempos accompanied by several music videos allowing the female populous to dance and frolic to their hearts desire. The lead single 'Nuh Boring Gyal' is currently one of the hottest female anthems in the diaspora and continues to saturate the FM airwaves locally.
Meanwhile, reiterated his commitment to the development of our next generation of leaders Aidonia, through his One Voice Educational Foundation recently awarded the first scholarship recipients from the Maxfield Park Primary school at the school's award ceremony on Thursday, June 25.
Six (6) students were honoured for their academic excellence with the top awardee receiving a five (5) year high school scholarship and five (5) students receiving book grants.
The Foundation focuses on contributing to community development as well as the educational development of students at the institution. One Voice Educational Foundation was launched in October 2014.