DJ Cassidy’s ‘Pass The Mic’ Reggae Edition 2022 A Hit

Written by on February 28, 2022

Twenty-one Reggae and Dancehall acts were showcased on the global stage at DJ Cassidy’s special edition of Pass The Mic: BET Afterparty 2022, following the 53rd NAACP Image Awards on Saturday night.

Anticipation for this iteration of Pass The Mic began brewing shortly after Cassidy revealed that it would be specially curated to honor and highlight the Reggae culture. In fact, the international DJ traveled all the way to Kingston, Jamaica for the 20-minute special, at Usain Bolt’s Tracks and Records bar and restaurant.

Things kicked off with Reggae veterans Chaka Demus & Pliers who rendered their famous hit, Murder She Wrote. Up next was Tanto Metro & Devonte with Everyone Falls In Love, Kevin Lyttle’s Turn Me On, Nadine Sutherland and Terror Fabulous’ performed their hit single Action, and it was certainly not “a bag ah mout” as they brought the vibe to the popular track. Snow added to the Dancehall party vibe with his set that spoke on the ‘informer’ culture in Jamaica. Nobody was prepared for Super Cat’s dapper outfit (which also included a matching umbrella) and his rendition of Ghetto Red Hot. Super Cat is considered one of the greatest deejays in the history of the Jamaican dancehall scene and is known for other tracks like Dem Nuh Worry We and Dolly My Baby.

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