Kes rocks Martian Dust Up

Tuesday, March 06, 2012

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MARTIAN Dust Up, the second instalment in Bacchanal Jamaica's Future Shock series brought out all the bacchanalists, who were ready to show Kes the Band their Precision Whine!


The night started off with giveaways and excitement as DJ Smoke from Renaissance kept revellers jumping, waving and gyrating through his selection of hits. Dust Up's host, Fame FM's Vibes Queen, Lady Rennae also kept the crowd on high alert, until midnight when in a cloud of smoke, the show started.


The dancers took the stage in their red and white sequined costumes getting the crowd into a frenzy as they awaited the band's front man and lead singer Kes Dieffenthaller.


Kes took the crowd for an out of this world ride with hits like Where Yuh From, Stress Away, Ah Tingand Coming Over.


Getting the crowd even more excited, after a cover of Bacchanalist, they took it old school with covers of classic soca songs like Iwer Butterfly Shadow Wave and Tay Lay Lay. Then the band surprisingly switched genres with their cover of club hits like Pitbull and Neyo's Tonight and LMFAO's Party Rock.


With his usual theatrics, a shirtless Kes jumped from the stage making his way through the crowd. He comdeered a raised platform, then made his way back to the stage completing the show by waving a Jamaican and Trinidadian flag together as his Wotless fans cheered on.


After exiting the stage and being recalled for an encore of Wotless, the band closed the show leaving fans quite pleased.


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