2018 - DESIGNED BY FIGMENT DESIGN
Dancehall artiste ‘Masicka’, born Javaun Fearon, is one of Jamaica’s most prolific dancehall artistes today. During his tenure at Calabar High School, he was encouraged to pursue his musical career because of his obvious talents. These have since catapulted him to success and is currently signed to Gennasyde/TMG label which consistently releases songs that never fail to get airtime at parties and events.
You may know him for some of his popular songs that include “Energy”, “They don’t know” and “10 outa 10” but apart from being a music mogul, he Is also a budding business man. He has his hands in a new business venture: an endorsement of a new vodka called “Crysp”. We look forward to more amazing things from this young talent as he set to raise the bar on deck with us in 2019.
Aidonia, born Sheldon Lawrence in the city of Kingston had his first hit in 2004 with the song titled “Lolly” which was followed up with a multitude of singles that would supersede his first hit. Between 2006 and 2009, he had hits such as “Ukku Bit” featured on Dem Time Deh Riddim, “Reload” from the Red Bull & Guinness Riddim, “Wine & Bubble” and “Inna Har” featured on the unforgettable Work Out riddim.
In 2009 the “Bolt Action” Mixtape was released by Federation Sound which featured Aidonia voicing over classic dancehall and hip-hop beats. The DJ’s hot streak did not end in 2010, with another single released from the Equinoxx camp titled “My Heart Is Hers” and “Bad People” of Di Genius’ Bad People Riddim. His witty lyrics and fast deejay flows continue to make rise for his career with huge summer hits such as “Yeah Yeah”, “Hot Tool” and the most recent “Breeze” featuring Govanna. Aidonia’s high energy on stage is un-mistakenly hot like fire and loved by both males and females alike.
Tony Matterhorn is a veteran Disc Jockey (DJ) and sound system selector turned artist in the Jamaican dancehall scene. He came to prominence in the 90s with King Addies Sound in New York. He’s won multiple sound clash titles over the years inclusive of World Clash 2002 and 2003, Reggae Sumfest Soundclash 2017 and Red Bull Culture Clash 2016. His break through hit as an artist came in 2006 with “Dutty Wine” which peaked at #31 on the Billboard Chart.
After 20+ years in the music industry Tony Matterhorn is still one of the most sought-after DJ’s representing Dancehall and Jamaican culture on the world stage.
21-year-old Pepsi and Campari Ambassador, popularly known as Shenseea quickly catapulted into the spotlight in 2016 after the release of her first single “Jiggle Jiggle” followed up by her huge breakout single “Loodi” which features Vybz Kartel. A past Dream Girl, Shenseea has climbed high on the ladder of success by touring Europe and performing alongside one of Dancehall’s biggest successes, Sean Paul with their song “Rolling”.
In 2017, Shenseea’s popularity continued to rise with making other hits such as “Nothing Dem Nuh Have Ova Mi”, one of her most viewed videos on her Vevo channel with 7.3 Million views. Shenseea started 2018 on a high with the release of another hit “Love I Got for You” and more recently has been featured on international grammy-winning superstar Christina Aguilera’s new critically acclaimed album Liberation, on the Reggae influenced track titled “Right Moves”. Shenseea never disappoints with the ladies who give her full support as they stand attention once she hits the stage.
Jamaica’s veteran entertainer, dubbed The King of The Dancehall will be onboard for the inaugural staging of Dream Weekend Cruise, taking us with him live through the timeline of his legendary dancehall music career. Starting as early as 1994 with hits like “Under Mi Sensi”, “Slam” and “Who Am I”, he then continued to release more dancehall gold throughout the years with releases like “Girl Dem Sugar”, “Hmm Hmm” and several collaborations with international superstars such as “Feel it Boy” and five time grammy winner Janet Jackson, all the way up to 2010 and beyond with newer hits such as “Let’s Go”, “Wine Gal” and “I’m Drinking Rum and Redbull”.
Releasing albums such as Maestro in 1996, which reached as high as number 3 on the US Billboard’s Top Reggae Albums chart, and also releasing his latest LP in 2016 by the name “Unstoppable”, you’re guaranteed a memorable trip to the past and back while aboard the Dream Weekend Cruise with the King of The Dancehall himself – Beenieman!
Currently, one of the most popular entertainers in Jamaica, originally making his name in 2006 with his well-known hit “Badman Forward, Badman Pullup”, he has again taken the dancehall scene by storm with his dance group “The Ravers Clavers” having released their dance hits “Syvah”, “Flairy”, and the internationally acclaimed “Fling Yuh Shoulda”, which are just a few of all the globally practiced dance routines they’ve introduced to the dancehall world.
By creating most of the latest dance moves both locally and abroad, Ding always get the entire crowd on their feet, dancing. Fact: Ding Dong and The Ravers Clavers are sure to bring the authentic energy from the streets on land to the decks on the sea. You’ll be sure to have the ultimate Jamaican dancehall party experience with this group on board.
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