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  • Writer's pictureRomaine Brown

450 Secures Spot Among Dancehall's Elites With Successful Concert In Kingston

Review: 450's debut concert in Kingston was a major success, boasting energetic sets, surprise guest appearances, and unforgettable viral moments

450 live in-concert event was a major success (Photo: Jamar Cleary)

On Saturday May 11th, one of the current front runners in Dancehall; the artiste, 450 has now seemingly secured his spot among the heavyweights with a hugely successful concert in Kingston, Jamaica. The massive turnout for the '450 Live Concert' is a clear indication of the growth of the artiste of the years.

The Ranny Williams Complex was filled to capacity with an appropriate 4:1 ratio in terms of females to males. They were all treated to a musical onslaught of juggling from Boom Boom & Harry Hype, Bishop Escobar and Heavyweight Sound featuring controversial selector Trippple X, who all delivered magnificent sets before the man of the moment; 450 took Centre Stage.

Ishawna was the first major act to grace the stage in her usual skimpy-cladded style outfit with the customary raunchy lyrics to match. She called up current viral sensation, Debbie Burp who delivered her social media hit to mass forwards from the thousands in attendance.

L-R: Ishawana, Aidonia and Baykam 450 (Photos: Jamar Cleary)

It was now that time of the event; the moment everyone was waiting on; Dressed in a full black ensemble, the ladies favorite deejay, 450 graced the stage to a resounding ovation; as he went into immediate delivery of his catalog of hits.

During his performance; 450 was joined onstage by numerous of his coworkers including 1Skiimask and Deno Crazy. He then introduced the magnificent Vanessa Bling and energetic Valiant who both did not disappoint. He was then joined by Dancehall heavyweight Aidonia who did an impressive high-octane set with fellow sensation, Bayka who both had the crowd in a musical frenzy as they traded back-to-back hits.

450 then re-emerged to close the show and display his maturity and cement his place in the Dancehall industry.


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