With his arsenal of hits, singer Wayne Wonder delivered the goods at last Thursday’s staging of the Appleton Estate Signature Series.
Held at Peppa Thyme on Constant Spring Road, the event attracted a large audience that jammed to the singer’s catalogue of songs.
Top 90s deejay Frisco Kid made a cameo appearance, and he had the crowd on a high when he drew his chart-topper Little and Cute.
“The vibe was awesome. It was a nice one, because from you have Wayne Wonder and Frisco Kid deh pon the same stage, you can expect nutten but the best. The energy, the vibe and the brotherly love,” Frisco Kid said in an interview shortly after his performance.
Wayne Wonder concurred with Frisco Kid.
“It was a great vibe, and no haul and pull up ting. I came to sing for the crowd because that’s what they know me for,” said Wayne.
With Keep Them Coming, Joyride, Anything Goes, No Letting Go and Bonafide Love flowing like fine wine, Wonder kept the musical charade going for close to an hour.
Telecia Lindo Johnson, Marketing Manager at J Wray and Nephew Limited, manufacturers and distributors of Appleton Estate Jamaica Rum, said the Appleton Estate Signature Series highlights the best of what Jamaica has to offer.
“Since 2016, we have been doing this event, and it’s been really exciting how we reflect the marriage of Appleton Estate Rum and reggae music. This has been the fourth one so far for this year, and we have one more to go on December 19,” said Lindo Johnson.
The Appleton Estate Signature Series will pull the curtains down on December 19 at Sharkies in Runaway Bay, St Ann. Agent Sasco, Beenie Man and Romain Virgo will perform.