The event is being held in partnership with Tempo TV and Twisted Entertainment and is scheduled to be held on September 15th at Club Kactus.
CEO of Kactus Entertainment, Romeo Parris, said that since the club’s rebirth earlier in the year, the promotional brand has not hosted any of their signature parties since the “Nobody has to Know” show which featured Kranium out of Jamaica.
Parris revealed that although the turnout for the Kranium show was not enough to generate a reasonable amount of profit, the filled to capacity club suggested that the entertainment company still had its support from fans.
“There was some negative publicity from people about the show but the turnout was great, especially seeing some of the regular people mixed with some new faces,” stated the promoter.
He further noted that Kactus Entertainment is now designed to showcase what the club can do from the entertainment standpoint. “We have now become a company and we have been here since 2006 and will continue to use here as a venue,” Parris said.
The CEO declared that the upcoming party is geared mainly to attract the “fluffy” and “confident” ladies of the federation, to turn out in their numbers and have a good time.
Parris also said that there will be high security to ensure the safety for the patrons in attendance, while a shuttle service will be in operation to take desirous attendees to and from the venue.
Another concept party by Kactus Entertainment is scheduled in October, but details on that event will be provided as it is made available.
In 2002 Mr. Killa became a household name when he released one of his biggest hits to date, “Wood Can’t Done”, placing 7th in the finals of the National Soca Monarch competition in Grenada.
Mr. Killa also placed first-up at the International Power Soca Monarch in Trinidad last July. Killa will be joined by the reigning road March Champions of Nevis, Kore Band at the upcoming event.