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'Mr Killa' leaves them wanting more!

Like his performance in Early April in Virgin Gorda for the Virgin Gorda Festival, Mr Killa did not fail to get the crowd going. Photo: VINO
Following a performance of a number of tunes from both the dancehall reggae and soca genres, Mr Killa got to the most anticipated part of the show – his performance of Rolly Polly. Photo: VINO
Following a performance of a number of tunes from both the dancehall reggae and soca genres, Mr Killa got to the most anticipated part of the show – his performance of Rolly Polly. Photo: VINO
 VIBE in action. Photo: VINO
VIBE in action. Photo: VINO
Carrot Bay Cultural Fiesta held at Fantasy Bar and Restaurant in Duff’s Bottom June 8, 2014. Photo: VINO
Carrot Bay Cultural Fiesta held at Fantasy Bar and Restaurant in Duff’s Bottom June 8, 2014. Photo: VINO
Carrot Bay Cultural Fiesta held at Fantasy Bar and Restaurant in Duff’s Bottom June 8, 2014. Photo:VINO
Carrot Bay Cultural Fiesta held at Fantasy Bar and Restaurant in Duff’s Bottom June 8, 2014. Photo:VINO
Carrot Bay Cultural Fiesta held at Fantasy Bar and Restaurant in Duff’s Bottom June 8, 2014. Photo: VINO
Carrot Bay Cultural Fiesta held at Fantasy Bar and Restaurant in Duff’s Bottom June 8, 2014. Photo: VINO
Carrot Bay Cultural Fiesta held at Fantasy Bar and Restaurant in Duff’s Bottom June 8, 2014. Photo:VINO
Carrot Bay Cultural Fiesta held at Fantasy Bar and Restaurant in Duff’s Bottom June 8, 2014. Photo:VINO
Carrot Bay Cultural Fiesta held at Fantasy Bar and Restaurant in Duff’s Bottom June 8, 2014. Photo:VINO
Carrot Bay Cultural Fiesta held at Fantasy Bar and Restaurant in Duff’s Bottom June 8, 2014. Photo:VINO
Carrot Bay Cultural Fiesta held at Fantasy Bar and Restaurant in Duff’s Bottom June 8, 2014. Photo:VINO
Carrot Bay Cultural Fiesta held at Fantasy Bar and Restaurant in Duff’s Bottom June 8, 2014. Photo:VINO
DUFF’S BOTTOM, Tortola, VI – Grenadian soca/dancehall sensation Mr Killa did not disappoint as he performed to a hungry crowd last evening June 8, 2014.

His performance, the second in the space of two months, took place at the Fantasy Bar and Restaurant in Duff’s Bottom to a reasonable crowd. It was a production of the Carrot Bay Cultural Fiesta.

And not unlike his performance in Early April in Virgin Gorda for the Virgin Gorda Festival, he did not fail to get the crowd going. There was a huge Grenadian presence at the concert as they came to show how Grenadians party like no other in the world.

Following a performance of a number of tunes from both the dancehall reggae and soca genres, Mr Killa got to the most anticipated part of the show – his performance of Rolly Polly.

Even if you have seen Mr Killa performed before, there is always something new and fresh he brings to the mix and floors you with his acrobatics. This time he categorized the levels of Rolly Polly based on size and weight – category one to category five.

At one stage he did the unbelievable by lifting what must have been a 300 pounder girl, squatting down while bearing her weight and standing up again with her. This sent the crowd wild.

Mr Killa said that over the recent months his song has caused big girls, who are sometimes looked upon unfavourably, to feel good about themselves.

Following Mr Killa’s performance, the newly renamed musical band VIBE (formally VI Showtime) took to the stage and wowed the crowd with their versatile mix of styles and genres to create a new and exciting sound that both young and not so young can appreciate.

23 Responses to “'Mr Killa' leaves them wanting more!”

  • son of the soil (09/06/2014, 09:11) Like (20) Dislike (90) Reply
    These nastiass island people coming in here and bringing all this wutlessness with them.
    • Do not Judge (09/06/2014, 09:36) Like (40) Dislike (16) Reply
      Stop judging these people. They know how to have clean fun and to enjoy themselves. For the most part we Tortola people so stressed we do not know how to welcome a stress changer. Let the people them enjoy themselves the way they know best. Stop the hate.
    • Mr killa (09/06/2014, 10:37) Like (27) Dislike (3) Reply
      SON OF SOIL TELL ME WHERE YOU FROM OR WHERE YOU LIVE???? B......CH!!!
    • Wrong (09/06/2014, 11:38) Like (29) Dislike (2) Reply
      While some might be from the other Caribbean island. That girl in the black on stage from Tortola. Look again!
    • 100% (09/06/2014, 12:28) Like (34) Dislike (1) Reply
      Look carefully, the girl on the stage is a tolian, roll fat gal roll it...
    • shame.... (10/06/2014, 11:19) Like (7) Dislike (1) Reply
      Right! Because we all know only BVIslanders are pure of heart and cannot do any wrong... *rolls eyes*
  • qc (09/06/2014, 09:44) Like (15) Dislike (1) Reply
    dem better do not let Miss P see tis....
  • Eagle Eye (09/06/2014, 10:28) Like (32) Dislike (11) Reply
    Look at this wutlessness. It might be fun while its going on but it just dont look good in pictures. Awful man.
  • rattie (09/06/2014, 11:18) Like (6) Dislike (5) Reply
    leave the people alone let them workup
  • yellow (09/06/2014, 12:12) Like (5) Dislike (1) Reply
    Thanks vino now the photo tell the tail
  • YAWN (09/06/2014, 12:50) Like (30) Dislike (15) Reply
    u can tell tortola people.. dem ALWAYS complaining about OTHER people having fun. Go out to any show and look around, the people standing up stone face from tortola. Dont jump, dont wave, dont do nothing then they complain about how it was boring and they didnt have fun. LOL

  • One good thing about music... (09/06/2014, 14:07) Like (11) Dislike (0) Reply
    when it hits you feel no pain. Some people just express how good they feel, differently. If you choose to be a wallflower, dance-a-holic, or spectator that's up to you. I know for sure, if I pay for it or it free, this waistline MUST, SHALL and WILL move with or without your approval.
    • Fatness (09/06/2014, 23:44) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      I like this let your waist line move (move) just get on bad and wine it out of control (trol) move it to and fro I with you on this one a 100%...... Also when the music hit you feel no pain you know the thing
  • +++ (09/06/2014, 14:17) Like (4) Dislike (4) Reply
    what did he bring? more rudeness. Some dancing is one thing but this borders on pornographic. Why don't we just look into people's windows? geesh...
  • Help (09/06/2014, 15:20) Like (1) Dislike (3) Reply
    Lordy where this girl work I need to find her send help hint me please
  • #sideeye (09/06/2014, 15:43) Like (5) Dislike (0) Reply
    Stop the noise, the CB committee trying to fund-raise and found a way which to appeals to a certain group of music lovers. If they didn't do anything, people would complain they didn't hold events to raise funds, didn't empower themselves, etc. What appeals to a certain group may not be the same for others. But, for goodness sake, stop tearing each other down! If you do not like what you see or reading, go to the next post.
  • bay yute (09/06/2014, 16:38) Like (3) Dislike (0) Reply
    It was a good show end of debate
  • me (09/06/2014, 17:45) Like (19) Dislike (3) Reply
    Women need to respect themselves end of story.
  • VG (10/06/2014, 05:54) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Lawd send help
  • egg face (10/06/2014, 11:06) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    What about the intresting photos


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