Monday, January 2, 2012

Macka Diamond Ring in the New Year with Weekend Birthday Celebration/ 2011 Reign as Female Rapper/DJ of the Year

Known across the length and breath of the Dancehall circuit for her relentless work ethics and mastering the art of re-inventing her image, Money O Diva Macka Diamond ring in the New Year with what promises to be an exciting weekend dubbed, 'Macka Diamond Birthday Weekend.'  The first of three, the 'Pre-Party' kicks off on Friday January 13 at Club Impulse located at the center of Kingstons' night life city, New Kingston.  Party goers and seekers as well as guess will then roll out on Saturday January 14 to the  'Rock n Roll Club' in the cool parish of Mandeville and from thereafter to experience the grand finale on Saturday January 15 cool it down at the, 'Pool Party' at Club Cali in Trelawny in the parish of Westmoreland.


Special Guest Artistes will include head of the Alliance, Bounty Killer and Future Fambo as well as selectors Panta from Black Kat Sound, Foota Hype, Gary Chucks, Kirk Riley the party animal, Little Richie and the Rich Squad, Black Shadow from Canada, Alex Frass, Richie Pooh, DJ Sparks, DJ Satday, Dancers Shelly Belly, Latesha, M.O.B., Global Dancers and more.


Awarded the 2011 Female Rapper/DJ of the year by IRAWMA, Macka shun throughout the year holding down the summer with one of the hottest songs in the dancehall, 'Cowfoot' which became viral for its eclectic dance move choreographed by popular dancer, Shelly Belly.  Macka went on to release a series of other tracks and collaborations with several artistes across the Caribbean, United States and Canada.  Relentless in her efforts to live up to expectation as well as accomplish personal goals, Macka dropped her 'Don't Disturb Mi' album on iTunes and there after placed focus on promoting a track called 'Wine' by releasing a video that hit the World Hip-Hop dot com website and quickly garnered over one hundred thousand views in the first week.  She was placed in the Top 10 list of 10 Most Fascinating People of The Caribbean http://www.caribbeanemagazine.com/2011/12/top-10-most-fascinating-people-of.html highlighted for her hits like, Cowfoot, Tink Mi Easy, Try Wid Him, Hoola Hoop and Mr Teki Back as well as her continued success of having been in the music industry for over two decades.


Macka Diamond is also successful at producing a weekly 'Cowfoot Fridays' event in Kingston.  The socializing, after work party type event began at first as an streetside event in Gregory Park, St. Catherine creating a haven for fans of the popular Cowfoot dance.  The support from fans swelled so the Diva decided to have a series of events across Kingston and St. Catherine and as summer ended it was moved into one of the popular clubs in New Kingston.  Cowfoot Friday thereby became a 'Celebrity' type event supported by Dancehall giants like Beenie Man and Bounty Killer each week.  Wishing her continued success in 2012 and beyond, congratulations Macka Diamond