The Uptop Boss and the British-Jamaican rapper have blazed the stage, 2Chainz delivered an energetic set. watch the video
Teejay and Stefflon Dob blazing the stage (Lagikz Supreme)
After a 3-year hiatus (partially last year) due to the Covid-19 global pandemic, the annual Mocha Fest has been welcomed once again by the Westmoreland Parish and held in Negril.
The northwest coast of Jamaica has attracted thousands of tourists as well as local revelers who enjoyed a star-studded lineup including prominent names such as the rapper 2Chainz, R&B singer Mario, and the British-Jamaican rapper Stefflon Don alongside local names such as Laalee and Teejay.
The opening night included a main performance by the US Rapper, 2 Chainz, who blazed the stage and delivered a solid set. R&B singer Mario, who made his show the other night, gave also an energetic performance as well.
Dancehall artiste, Laalee has also delivered his solid catalog of hits. However, the highly anticipated performances were held on the night of May 28 while dancehall star, Teejay, joined on stage with Stefflon Don for the most energetic sets of this staging event. His viral hit song, "Drift" set the place on fire as the "Boasty" singer also took part with some dance moves also for his single "Uptop Boss".
Mocha Fest, the Afro-American and Afro-Caribbean destination festival brand that promotes freedom of self and expression. the brand event is held in the USA, Mexico, Greece, and of course, Jamaica where it is traditionally held on Memorial Day.
Drifting together (Lagikgz Supreme)