Wednesday 14 November, 2018

Watch: Patriots get down and dirty at In.De.Paint Dance

In the wee morning hours of August 31, hundreds of Trinis flocked to Tyrico Bay to celebrate the country's 56th year of independence. 

Caesar's Army hosted their annual Independence Day event, In.De.Paint. Dance, an all-inclusive j'ouvert experience that allows patrons to observe the holiday while doing what Trinbagonians do best: wine and jam. 

DJ Charlotte and Aaron Fingal, Ultra Simmo and DJ Ana; Lurbz and Aswaad and the legendary Signal To Noise were some of the acts that kept the Romans hyped all morning. Bunji Garlin was there in spirit as scenes for the music video for his latest collab with Busta Rhymes, "Drop It" were shot during all the revelry.

As the sun continued to rise, the gates opened and patrons took a dip in the sea, a fitting end (or start) to the Independence celebrations.

 

 

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