Soca on The Hill

Crop Over Souvenir - - UNMASKING MAKEUP TRENDS -

The Flow-spon­sored Soca on the Hill has be­come one of the sta­ple, events of soca lovers look­ing to have a great time! This year’s of­fer­ing at the usual Far­ley Hill, St Peter lo­ca­tion fea­tured over five dee­jays, along with 25 solo artistes and acts, who cer­tainly kept the thou­sands present mov­ing, groov­ing and, as the tempo in­creased, wukking up in re­sponse to the en­ergy be­ing gen­er­ated on stage.

Kirk Brown, iweb, Imani, An­der­son Mr Blood Arm­strong, Holla Bak, Faith, Kaska­tee and Jahm-r were some of the acts that got the ball rolling dur­ing the nine-hour show. Soca heavy­weights Lil Rick, Pa­trice Roberts, Shal Mar­shall, Blaxx, Skinny Fab­u­lous and Lil Natty and Thun­der whipped the crowd into a frenzy dur­ing their re­spec­tive high­en­ergy sets, ce­ment­ing Soca on The Hill’s po­si­tion as one of the non-ne­go­tiable events to at­tend dur­ing the Crop Over sea­son.

Kudos is also due to the or­gan­is­ers who stream­lined the en­try and se­cu­rity process to make it a lit­eral walk into the park.

The ever pop­u­lar Par­tice Roberts had the soca junkies in her palms. State­ment and crew. Part of the mas­sive crowd at Far­ley Hill.

Far­ley Hill out­ting for this fam­ily. RPB pleased fans with an­other clas­sic per­for­mance. Marzville and Ade­lah en­ter­tain­ing the Far­ley Hill mas­sive. Blaxx get­ting the crowd stirred up. Holla Bak was one of the early per­form­ers. Shal Mar­shall of Trinidad was a crowd pleaser. Re­gal in white Peter Ram gave a good show­ing.

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