The St Kitts music festival might well be the best-kept secret in the Caribbean, and there's a good chance that even the most clued-up of music aficionados in Britain won't even have heard of it.
This is despite the event assuming the status, over the past decade, of an annual destination for punters with a fondness for all things enticing in the world of music.
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"When you come perform in the Caribbean, it's like you are at home - because it's a few miles away from Jamaica anyway," says Beenie Man back at his hotel room the next day.
"So, you get either a more loving spirit because the Caribbean people love the songs from back in the day to now, and when you're an artist that they love forever, and you're still here making hits. And I've been coming here for, like, nine years now.
The upbeat DJ sears through his oldies and newbies, all the while jumping in the air and revelling in the adoration of the crowd.
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The young fan climbed on to the stage, turned her posterior to the deejay and began gyrating on his pelvic area, After a few moments, the deejay eased her off and remarked, "You clothes dirty ...
why yu come up here and a wine up pon me inna dirty clothes?