Black My Story held at the Belvedere Oval in Red Hills, St Andrew on the 2nd of February 2008 saw a night of wonderful performances, even though the audience support was sadly lacking.

Turbulence had the audience eating out of the palm of his hands as he went through his set. He carried his audience through a musical journey. He had them singing along to songs such as “Notorious” and “Ex-Girlfriend”.

I-Wayne treated his fans to a fiery performance, calling down lightning and thunder on the behaviour of certain people. Wheeling, twisting and turning I-Wayne display dance moves that connected with the audience as he belted out “Living in Love”, “Satisfy Her”, “Lava Ground” among others from his “Book of Life” album.

Fifth Element Conscious recording artiste Richie Spice delivered a high-energy set. He had the crowd moving to the songs such as “Black Like A Tar”, “Grooving My Girl”, “Brown Skin”, you name it. Richie brought real “Spice” to Black My Story. He has found favour with his audience.

Queen Ifrica had the crowd in frenzy as she gave out “Below The Waist”. She went on to give the audience “Randy” and “Daddy Don’t Touch Me There” leaving her audience on high with “When Love Come Knocking”.

Lutan Fyah from out of Dela Vega, Spanish Town represented well for his fans. The veteran did songs that are uplifting. He declared “Selassie Mightier Dan Dem All”.

Ernie Smith followed and continued the positive vibes for the crowd at the venue. The conscious male singer with a powerful voice hit the stage very hard.

Sugar Minot showed his versatility as a singer. He is certainly a superstar.

When Demarco hit the stage, the crowd erupted in anticipation of a great performance and he duly obliged. The crowd erupted as he did “Fallen Soldiers”.

Prophecy represented well and treated his fans to some of his many songs. He was well received by the audience.

Teflon ignited a storm as he kept “Holding On Jah Jah Love”. His request to “Bless Me Jah” moved them again.

Beenie Man the King of Dancehall got down to business and gave his fans that were still in their numbers a good performance. He got busy on stage and had the place moving, he gave them some of his early days to more recent time songs, which earned him a big response. Beenie Man gave a high-energy performance, exciting the crowd. He had the females screaming throughout the set, he was amazing.


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