Owner and operator of the Dutty Rock Productions Label, Sean Paul was proud to show off three full musical projects last night at 100 Kingston at the Trippple Play Album Party.
The intimate set up inside the lounge at 100 Kingston on Hope Road, held on Thursday, November 29, allowed patrons to came out to share vibe with numerous celebrities.
Hosted by Nikki Z, the event showcased world premieres of Sean Paul’s Naked Truth, featuring Jhene Aiko, and Chi Ching Ching’s Cause Trouble music videos from the Mad Love EP and Turning TablesAlbum.
Sean Paul celebrated the works on his summer 2018 Extended Play (EP) Mad Love: The Prequel and Chi Ching Ching’s Turning Tables album, which produced by the Dutty Rock Label, as well as launch his new juggling rhythm Gang Gang.
With CopperShaun turning tables in the DJ booth, finger foods and complimentary Hennessy specials running throughout the night, the lounge was filled with mad love from all in attendance.
The chain-saw-man Chi Ching Ching showed off his energetic stage presence with dancers extending into the crowd dancing to favourites such as Rope and Rock Di World. He later introduced Sean Paul who got the crowd riling with his early hit Gimme Di Light and kept them raving with new hits such as Mad Love, No Lie and his Gang Gang single from the Gang Gang “Riddim”.
Chi Ching Ching then brought on artistes featured on the Gang Gang riddim including Spragga Benz, Suku Ward, Farenizzi, Sotto Bless, Don Java, Ras Ajai, and Ishawna— who boasted is always representing for the rights of the ladies.
Other artistes on the riddim include Konshens and Wayne Marshall.
Showing off his vocal prowess, Richie Stephens stepped up on the Gang Gang Juggling Riddim with Salt of the Earth as a toast to Sean Paul on his efforts to share fresh talents in Dancehall on a global platform. Such efforts, Stephens proclaimed, are needed in the business, before congratulating Chi Ching Ching on his musical growth.
Sean Paul urged fans to stay tuned for more works from the Dutty Rock team.
The songs on the Gang Gang Riddim are now available on all streaming platforms.