Kings & Queen "Bring Back the Love" Concert
Ask around town and it’s pretty clear that everyone who attended this year’s Kings & Queen “Bring Back the Love” Concert thought Bankylous Productions, Sharpervybez Productions, and Seeydeh.com put together a phenomenal show.
Patrons began lining up at the Dezer Auto Museum at 10:30 pm, anticipating to see what was waiting up the stairs and behind those doors. Over 2,000 Dancehall fans were in-store for a unforgettable experience.
Throughout the night a variety of special invited DJ’s such as Supa Sound, Gairy Sweetness, and Innocent Sound, surpassed the crowd’s expectations and played nothing but classic hits to set the tone of the concert.
After the juggling ended and the lights were dimmed, that famous voice we all know from Irie FM came through the speakers. The host of the night, Big A, got the crowd ready and introduced the Megatron himself, Mad Cobra.
Cobra didn’t hesitate to make it known that this was a, “big people show!” And as soon as he went into his hit single “Pull Trigga,” the crowd erupted. His energy was at an all time high and it was felt throughout the venue. He gave fans a memorable performance, and some would even say that this show kicked off the official return of Mad Cobra.
Next, was the King himself, Beenie Man. He instantly got the women screaming while entering the stage singing his 1997 smash record, “Who am I (Sim Simma).” He went into hit, after hit, and even giving fans a freestyle dancing segment. The King interacted with the crowd and gave Miami one of his most intimate and amazing performances in years.
Last but not least the Queen, Lady Saw was introduced on stage by Beenie Man. She hyped up the ladies with her hit single “Man ah di least,” and the place went into a frenzy from then.
Her set, as usual, got heated and sensual. She called a few fans on stage to interact to her single “Heels On,” and it’s evident how that part of the show played out. Put it like this, someone needed a cold shower after all the excitement. Lady Saw graced the stage the way a the Queen of the Dancehall should.
Overall, Kings & Queen was a success and it was a concert that the city has been asking for. The fans left happy and entertained, which is the ultimate goal. Look out for Kings & Queen 2k15.
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