Walking down the road towards Scala always gives you an indication to how the night is going to go. The signs were there from early that this would be a good turn out. The queue was long and spilling round the corner, close car parking spaces hard to find and army theme outfits everywhere.
Sometimes fetes start to see the numbers coming in a bit later than usual, but tonight there was a HUGE turnout. It was so positive to see the amount of people that came out to support Triniboi Joocie and we hope this kind of support will continue for all UK artistes.
The Music: DJ’s dropped some of the hottest mixes heard in a while with tracks ranging from way back to today’s latest hits. “Gangnam Style” was even dropped on the 40ft riddim courtesy of DJ Tate.
The Performance: When watching Triniboi Joocie’s performance it was immediately apparent that a lot of hard work and choreography went into this. He and his dancers usually deliver an energetic show but tonight was even more so. Joocie even made time have girls up on the stage for an ‘interesting’ competition.
The Crowd: Hyped as always. They came out to enjoy themselves and that’s exactly what they did.
All-in-all: Soca Frenzy, it was great to see a UK soca artiste get the Frenzy stage for themselves for a night, this is a step in the right direction. The army theme was a great touch and it was good to see and hear international DJ Tony Tempo on the mic. A great night with the right mix of Soca Frenzy ingredients.