Mischief 2007, Full of Mischief


By: Olimatta Taal


Mischief Entertainment in association with Wickerman Promotions, held Mischief 2007 on April 29th in Clarendon at the Jamalco Sports Club. It was a night full of excitement, good entertainment, and fun mischief. The decor and ambiance was incredible as gold and black beautified the artist and V.I.P. area creating a buzz backstage.

Many Reggae favourites graced the stage giving the audience lots of enjoyable moments. Freddy McGregor wooed the audience with many classic and current tunes. He then introduced some of the talent coming out of the Big Ship Camp he is working with like Delly Ranks, producer and artist extraordinaire.

New Artist, Teflon made an impression on the audience as he proved to be the next upcoming artist to look out for. He called up Lutan Fyah, who excited the crowd into a pure musical bliss. Even through his recent controversy in the press, he prevails.

Munga Honorable was in high demand as ladies screamed and fire torches blazed the night as he performed hit after hit. L.U.S.T. comprised of Lukie D, Thriller U, Singing Melody, and Tony Curtis, serenaded the ladies with harmonious melodies. Each artist displayed their solo abilities as well.

Turbulence gave the fans a quick fix as he came on stage with something more of a barrage instead of an entourage. Fresh from his European tour, he barely did two songs and rushed off the stage, leaving everyone hungry for more.

The women went absolutely crazy when Monster Shack Crew delivered an energetic yet romantic set. Ghost, Roundhead, and General B brought some of their tunes from the past back and couldn't give the ladies enough. As Ghost sang his last love song, the night took a turn towards mischief when Ninja Man walked on stage. The audience went into an immediate frenzy as he showed them why he is the original Gorgon. He then called up 'his daughter' Spice, who appeared to be a couple months pregnant. That's when the real mischief began; Spice addressed the controversy over the questions surrounding the potential father of her child.

She made it absolutely clear that none of the entertainers that people had speculated could hold that position. She never revealed who the father was and bounced along the stage performing. Things went up another notch as Cobra appeared, wearing a complete Spider Man suit from head to toe. He performed a number of tunes.

Macka Diamond heated things up with her new song celebrating the union of Beenie Man and Angel. She congratulated Angel from leaving one 'money man' and going to the 'next money man'. She concluded asking Bounty Killa to marry her so they could be a 'money couple' in satire of course.

The night reached a climax with the Alliance, which included performance from Bounty Killa, Wayne Wonder, and K-Queens. Bounty Killa was in a very jovial, pleasant, yet commanding mood. He delivered a great set. It was evident that Wayne Marshall had made tremendous strides over the years, as his delivery and charm with the audience was impeccable. The K-Queens gave us double trouble, as this set of twins showed us why Killa is bussing them in the reggae fraternity.

The finale came with Vybz Kartel and Aidonia mashing up the place. It was obvious that regardless of the passa between many camps, the audience enjoyed them all. As Kartel and Aidonia released song after song, the show closed with a bang. Get set for Mischief 2008 from now.