BRAIN STAR FIRE DANCER

JAMIACA’S ONLY FIRE BREATHING DRAGON

His Fire performance includes skills based on juggling, baton twirling, poi spinning, and other forms of object manipulation. It also includes skills such as fire breathing, fire eating, and body burning. He as the experience of performing within resorts and cooperate functions both locally and internationally.

IRIE CONNECTION BAND

One of Jamaica’s most diverse band with a repertoire of playing many genres of music including; reggae, pop, jazz, ska, hip hop and country.
As the name suggest, this group of musicians never fails to connect with any audience. The group has been in the musical circuit for over 5 years and have the experience of performing within resorts and private functions all over the island.

POSITIVE VIBRATION

Positive Vibrations is the soulful band of a new generation with phenomenal musical talent. This band plays all genres of music to suit any function.
They competed in the world championship of performing arts, held in Los Angeles California 2016. The group walked away with top prize as the number one instrumentalist along with receiving five gold medals which includes best original and best instrumental.

MOSES BECKFORD (SHYAM MOSES)

Shyam Moses is a song writer, producer, recording artist and musician. His versatility allows him to be rated as one of Jamaica’s top singers. His soulful voice has made a stamp on the hotel circuit for a diverse audience. With the capabilities of singing different genres of music such as; reggae, pop, r&b, country, souls/motown etc. His talent is perfect for any function and will leave your audience with a chill.

SUNSHINE MENTO BAND

The classic mento sound is the acoustic, informal, folksy rural style. Still sometimes referred to as country music in Jamaica, it’s easy to imagine farmers and their families celebrating harvest with a mento dance. Typical instruments included banjo, acoustic guitar, a home-made saxophone, clarinet or flute made from bamboo, a variety of hand percussion and a rumba box. Often, these songs had a proto-reggae beat, and sounded like an acoustic antediluvian form of reggae. (The mento proto-reggae beat was especially reminiscent of reggae where the dub echo doubles the guitar chop. Bob Marley’s “Sun Is Shining” from “Kaya” is an example that leaps to mind.)