Two Dancehall heavyweights seemingly ended their longtime feud at the ‘Summa Fest' show in Barbados. Earlier this month Aidonia publicly endorsed Masicka during his performance at the event ‘Allure’
Aidonia and Masicka, ended their longtime beef? (Jamar Cleary)
One of the most publicized feuds in Dancehall for numerous years has seemingly ended in Barbados. A footage posted by popular dubplate agent, Pantason has made its way to the social platforms early Sunday morning after both Aidonia and Masicka were slated to headline the ‘Summa Fest’ show in Bridgetown, Barbados at the historic Kensington Oval.
A historic moment it was; as the video shows an elated Aidonia after his energetic well received performance greeted by Masicka who was on his way to grace the stage. Earlier this month Aidonia sent shockwaves throughout social media when he publicly endorsed Masicka during his performance at Pearly Beach, Ocho Rios at the event ‘Allure’. "Who else mi fi big up" belted Aidonia at the event, and was greeted with thousands shouting for Masicka, to which the deejay obliged.
It’s a great gesture for Dancehall, as the industry currently lacks unity especially amongst our more veteran artistes. It shows growth and development and hopefully we can see a collaboration from the two in the near future.
Aidonia is slated to perform at the highly anticipated ‘Chris Brown & Friends’ show in Kingston, later today at the National Stadium, while Masicka is slated to perform at the dancehall event, ‘Streetz Festival’ at the National Stadium Car Park on September 2nd. his first performance in the capital for over 5 years.