Carnival is all about enjoying what organizers throw at us and this year there is something new and wet that will get the attention of all party goers. Creators of the J’ouvert morning splash group (the water truck with hundreds jumping behind it) decided to move the shindig to Carnival Village for what they call Bacchanal Sunday. Here’s an idea about what is going on for this event in just a few words: Swimming pool, water truck, water guns, powder, foam – this is the clear definition of Wet Fete.
Now that you have an idea what kind of event this is, let us take a look at the all-star line-up. Fadda Fox will be performing his hit song Ducking, Teddy Son performing AllezAllez, King Bubba performing Who Drinking Rum while Cloud 5 will perform hit single Whole Place Shell Down (No Behavior). Asa Bantan will be back on the island to perform several hits including Wet Fete and Strictly Local. King Vers will be in the house with his song Pressure and Look Trouble. Anjolie performs Sugar Cane and a special performance by Red Eye Crew with their hit Head Shoulders Knees and Toes. Musical DJs for the event are sure to keep the mood of the party going. Machel Montano Official DJ Stephen, The Spiceman, VJLou, DJ Vybz and Dj Lil’ R are charged with the task of keeping the party going. Masters of Ceremony are three hosts – Dutty Sham, Trilogy and Suppa Kid.
Nicholas Joel Sealy, better known to many in and outside the music industry as Fadda Fox, was born and surrounded by a close-knit community in Barbados, Constant Land, in the parish of St. George. Nicholas was the last of four children, all boys. Nicholas and his three brothers were nurtured under the loving guidance of their mother and as such, the principles and values instilled in them the importance of having a solid educational foundation and being aware of their spirituality.
King of Soca DJ
DJ Stephen was born in Trinidad & Tobago, WI. Stephen has won and shared countless awards, such as the Annual Atlanta Soca DJ Rama Competition three years in a row (2003, 2004,2005); Best DJ on the Road in Houston Caribfest for three years (2003, 2004 and 2006; International DJ of the Year 2009, 2010 and 2015, through his outstanding voter support at the International Soca Awards. He won/shared Best DJ on the Road at one of the world’s most popular Carnivals, “Miami Broward Carnival” 2004 with DJ Maestro and most recent 2014 with DJ Eternal Vibes & Giselle the Wassi One. His biggest achievement so far was accompanying BunjiGarlin on appearance on BET’s 106 & Park Show in May 2014. He is also now the official Tour DJ for the king of Soca MACHEL MONTANO.
Upon his many achievements, Stephen recently launched his mobile App which currently has over 8,000 downloads and is being used in over 100 countries worldwide. Stephen has also launched his new Merchandise Brand “I AM SOCA CLOTHING” which includes T-Shirts, Caps, Wristbands and much more. DJ Stephen has worked alongside some of the most brilliant artists, such as Kes the Band, Alison Hinds, Kevin Lyttle, Kerwin Dubois, Rupee and Soul Train Award winning Artist, BunjiGarlin & Gyptian. He has also shared a stage with entertainers such as Grammy Artist Sean Paul, Shaggy, Nicki Minaj, Daddy Yankee, Don Omar, Latin Sensations Ivey Queen, El Grand Combo, Grupo Gale, South African Sensation “FallyIpupa,” Fuse ODG from Ghana and more.
Mark the calendar as it goes down on Sunday, April 24, at the Carnival village. The event starts at 6:00pm and finishes at 2:00am. Tickets are on sale for US $15 and will be more at the gate. Ticket outlets: Caribbean Liquors, Abu-G's (Madame Estate), SOS Radio, Youth Radio and the Carnival Promo Car.