International superstar Sean Combs more popularly known by the
moniker P.Diddy joined forces with promotional guru Supreme Promotions and
Downsound Records' Josef Bogdanovich for 'Bad Boys Clash'. Supreme Promotions
CEO, Isiah Laing who is also the brainchild behind the annual Dancehall stage
show 'Sting' quickly organized the event for Diddy who reached out to him
earlier in the week. In a matter of 24 hours plans were finalized and news of
the impromptu event spread like wild fire.
The Ciroc sponsored sound clash was hosted at the Lime Light
Entertainment complex and was free to the public. As one could imagine scores
of patrons flocked the venue anxious to see the music mogul live in action. The
night commenced when P.Diddy entered the stage to welcome those in attendance and
then gave a little performance much to the delight of the audience. The high
energy of his performance was intensified when Dancehall artistes Beenie Man,
Flippa Mafia, Kiprich and Ninja Man joined him on stage.
Thereafter emcee of the night Nuffy soon introduced
Dancehall's newest sensation Tommy Lee. And then it was time to get the real
show underway, the sound clash! At stake would be P.Diddy contribution of $20,000USD
($1.8 million JA) for which sound system giants Tony Matterhorn, Bass Odyssey
and Foota Hype were to contend. At the end of it all, song for song, dub for
dub, Tony Matterhorn was deemed the winner.
The star studded event ended with an after party at the
complex with Diddy, his belle pop singer Cassie and a host of Jamaica's high
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