International R&B Artiste and Producer, The-Dream has been added to the line up for the December 5 Usain Bolt 9.58 SuperParty. The event which is to take place at Richmond Estate in St. Ann will also have a slew of Jamaica’s most popular artistes including the internationally renowned Queen of Reggae, Marcia Grifiths.
On this, his first trip to Jamaica, The-Dream will perform live for local and international SuperParty patrons. Known best for his hits Shawty is a Ten and Falsetto, The-Dream also produced Rihanna’sUmbrella, and Britney Spears’Me Against the Music, and wrote J. Holiday’s Bed, Usher’sMoving Mountains and co-wrote Mariah Carey’s Touch My Body.
Norman Peart, Usain Bolt’s manager is pleased at the addition, he said “The Dream is expected to add his ownflavour to the entertainment package. A mix of local and international music with friends in his home land is great but more importantly we all get together for a purpose that benefits others.” Patrons will also be treated to performances by Etana, Cherine Anderson, Vybz Kartel & the Empire, Voicemail, Konshens, D-Major, Chris Martin, Kip Rich and Aidonia. The dance floor will be kept alive by the music of giants Stone Love, ZJ Liquid, Jazzy T, Copper Shot, Razz & Biggy and Tony Matterhorn. The fastest man in the world will also break barriers by taking a spin at the turntables.
The SuperParty offers a unique blend of local and international music while displaying the beautiful cultural elements of Jamaica. Proceeds from Usain Bolt’s 9.58 SuperParty will be channelled through the United Way program to benefit Bolt’s handpicked charities, including the acquisition of land to build a health centre in his home town of Sherwood Content in Trelawny.
Tickets are available at $2000 presold and $2500 at the gate. VIP Tickets are also on sales at $4000 and VVIP at $7500 Island wide. Official invitations (discount cards) for VIP tickets can be found at Rockwildaz.com, yardyvibes.com, 30lounge.com and Socialingua.
The Usain Bolt 9.58 SuperParty takes place on the sprawling lawns of Richmond Estate on Saturday December 5.