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Thursday, 11 November 2010 20:48


Despite wreaking havoc on some of our Caribbean neighbours while threatening others, tropical storm TOMAS did very little to slow down top flight entertainers Aidonia, Suhverto and the J.O.P camp last weekend when they invaded St. Vincent and Trinidad & Tobago.

Amidst heavy showers, power outages and empty supermarket shelves the spice island who was first on the roster was treated to a musical feast as the team (Aidonia, Suhverto, Deablo & Navino) served up some sizzling performances that had patrons clamouring for autographs and photo opts following the proceedings.

Opting not to return to Jamaica the team departed for the twin island republic of Trinidad and Tobago the following day; kicking off their second performance at Club Oss in Tobago on Thursday Night. The mid-week concert saw a packed house as Aidonia and his team stamped their class on the resort island.

From there it was back to the soca mainland for the final concert on Saturday Night at the the U.W.I - St. Augustine Senior Common Room where they were joined by upcoming artiste Chan Dizzy and in true dancehall fashion they kept the Jamaican flag flying high throughout the night.

Now back in the island, preparations are being made to shoot another video for Aidonia; Suhverto to release his upcoming mixtape while Deablo and Navino will focus on their individual projects; new protégé Chedda is featured in the latest edition on the prestigious U.S based FADER Magazine.

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