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Reggae Dancehall Vibes 2012 (Bris)

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Two forces join as one :lighta2:

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All info and ticket specials:

Ghetto Fire Events combine with foundation Brisbane sound crew Rhythm Collision to take over The Valley entertainment precinct and present what will be the BIGGEST session of burning conscious reggae vibes and blazing dancehall seen this year across two stages in their 4th annual reggae dancehall explosion

Starting in 2009 Reggae Dancehall Vibes in three short years has quickly established itself as Brisbane’s number one deejay reggae and dancehall music festival

The dress code for 2012 is military / camo style – so get ready to enter the combat zone of reggae and dancehall music !!

The event includes a colorful Reggae Fashion Parade featuring Brisbane's Caribbean and African community and a booty shaking Dancehall Queen Contest

** ONLINE TICKETS ** Buy here through www.oztix.com.au (+ booking fee)

Artists performing are:

Ghetto Fire Crew
Head of the Ghetto Fire Events, Zimbabwe's Ras George, a renowned music, dance, theatre producer/choreographer and a massive identity within the African community in Brisbane

Has been nvolved with the organisation of highly successful events such as the Zimbabwe Independence Day Soccer Tournament After Party, the Ragga Ragga series, African Communities Festival and Raggamuffin Dancehall Clash. Ras George is also the force behind Ghetto Fire Radio

Rhythm Collision Sound
Brisbane foundation sound, Rhythm Collision, have organised big shows in Brisbane such as the Boom Shot series, Bob Marley Birthday Bashes and Dub Day Afternoon

They have supported outernational reggae artists such as Chaka Demus & Pliers, Luciano, Gyptian Anthony B, Ritchie Spice, Bushman, Cecile, Jah Mason and Tippa Irie as well as showcase performances in The Boiler Room of Australia's largest music festival - Big Day Out

With selecta Basmati of 4ZZZFM reggae dancehall Radio show The Yard Saturdays 2-4pm alongside Zimbabwean MC Cotts Peppler

DJ Bones
Straight outta Negril, Jamaica :jflag: now resident in Brisbane, DJ Bones has been involved with reggae dancehall music since the age of 11. Early inspirations were from the elders of reggae music such as Garnett Silk, Dennis Brown and Glen Washington

He’s been a part of Negril based soundsystem crews Hype Zone, Silverstar and Black Rhino as well as Bass Tonic in Montego Bay and collaborated with such artists as Beenie Man, Shaggy, Bounty Killer and Cecile. He has also performed at Sound Fest and ATI’s Wet N Wild festivals and worked on TV Jamaica’s Entertainment Report’s coverage of the ATI’s Wet N Wild festivals

Expect a set to include a crate load of dubplates voiced by some of Jamaica’s biggest artists

Housewife's Choice
Housewifes Choice is comprised of selectas Bellyas and Fee. The pair joined forces in 2004 and have shared the stage and performed solo in many venues across Melbourne at events such as I Love Dancehall, More Fire, Ring The Alarm and Pressure Drop. They have also including performed interstate and overseas. They are known for their bass heavy sets of pure undiluted reggae and dancehall with a strong emphasis on conscious lyrics in the music they play and deejay strictly with vinyl

Fee originally from New Zealand and now based in Melbourne began her deejaying in 2001 and Bellyas who is based in Brisbane began in 1998. Prior to that both had been involved with presenting reggae dancehall music on Radio shows with Bellyas having hosted shows on SRA (Now SYN) FM, RRR and PBS FM in Melbourne

DJ Feel Good
Originally from the UK under the name DJ Bluetooth and inspired by the likes of Jezzy Jeff started deejaying in clubs at 19

After that he made a move to Malaysia playing at big clubs such as China White Titanium, Hope & Grapes and Tree House then moved to Australia running a show on Gove FM before settling in Brisbane

King Krazy
King Krazy now based in Byron Bay after having spend the last 2 1/2 years in Melbourne becoming an intergral part of it's reggae dancehall scene at club nights such as More Fire, Ring The Alarm and Pressure Drop

King Krazy has also shared the bill with international reggae artists such as Chaka Demus & Pliers, Jah Mason, Richie Spice, Bushman, Luciano, Mikey General, Ricky Trooper, Tippa Irie & Mikey Boops

Tuff Tumas
Selecta Hemi Tuff (aka Papa Tuff) of Tuff Tumas Music is a man in high demand deejaying around the Pacific and Australia. Originally from the islands of Vanuatu he successfully mashes up hot reggae and dancehall riddims with his own productions and Tuff Tumas remixes

Hemi Tuff alongside wicked new PNG reggae MC Jagarizzar has performed support for many International artists including Gyptian, J Boog, Anthony B, Cecile, Spawn Breezie, Jah Mason, O –Shen as well as a previously being a part of the Rhythm Collision Sound crew supporting such artists as Luciano and Chaka Demus and Pliers

Tuff Tumas is the new sound from the islands and Hemi Tuff is bringing it with mad dancehall and Melanesian riddims

DJ Wade
Originally from Seaview Gardens, Kingston Jamaica :jflag:, home of Elephant Man, Bounty Killer and Supercat. He is a DJ/producer with outernational reggae label Das Vibes (Jamaica/Germany/Australia) which has produced for such artists as Turbulence, Gentleman, Cali P, Daddy Rings, Jah Sun and Ziggi

He is also one of the forces behind running www.dancehallreggae.com.au

DJ Pharrizle
Originally from Zimbabwe DJ Pharrizle is now resident in Brisbane. He first starting out deejaying at weddings and house parties then onto clubs and is now a member of the Blaq Entertainment deejay garrison which organise high profile events within the Brisbane African community

Blending a smooth style of old school and contemporary dancehall to connect with the crowd he has performed alongside Zimbabwe’s Winky D as well as DJ Cindo and DJ Bongz from South Africa

Selecta Watson
DJ / musician Selecta Watson has had a fast start with initial shows as support with some of Brisbane’s best bands including Kingfisha, Dubmarine, Darky Roots and The Upsteppers. His style of up to the time roots and dancehall has been setting some madd vibes

Watson is also bass player with Brisbane bands Dubmarine and The Upsteppers and has toured with Dubmarine to such countries as Germany, The Netherlands, Belgium and Czech Republic on the European summer festival circuit

MC Bushido Brown
Multi talented Bushido Brown is an upcoming MC with a diverse approach to music which has seen him take up MCing at clubs including the new OMG Fridays at Uber

Originally from Zimbabwe on a quest to conquer the scene as a singer and hyping up the hottest joints as an MC along the way. An artist on the rise

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Takeover area:
The Jubilee Hotel
470 St Pauls Terrace, The Valley
Brisbane, Australia

2pm til next morning $20 entry

So lock in it and get ready to feel the vibes – don’t miss it !!


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Boom! Big up Bas!

"I was not educated, I was inspirated. If I was educated I would be a damn fool"



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Boom! Big up Bas!

Yes Dunchillin big vibe a building fe this !!



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It's here - don't miss it - BOOOM !!!!

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