On Sunday in the Mexican Caribbean, sunny, hot as always and everything ready on the beach of Shagri – the so the Cannibal Royal was one of the pioneers of the Dub, Mad Professor.
The party started early with DJ Tuna Selectah, DJ Nacho Dread by heating to the band to make way for Dub Commander, this time with the taste of reggae / dub / your drum steal calypso. The night was darker, people danced more and more and the stage was set for the heir to the legacy of the senoron of Georgetown, Guyana, Joe Ariwa. The ride was intense and varied as the Mad Professor son took us the Roots Reggae to Dub from Brixton and drum n Bass Dubstep to. The public that had filled the "Cannibal" was on and connected and which had remained on the beach listening to began to see how to jump to the beach club to be part of what would become the reggae summer beach party.
Waves clashed already stronger in the sand, the tide went up and the stars already were one spectator more so without stopping the track, up the beat and taking the micro Joe Ariwa announced to the genius, Mad Professor on stage. Melodies soft wind from the Caribbean made sound dub as, so that the public will take a break for what was… Mad Professor, Joe Ariwa and a special guest Macka B madness!
The screams of excitement at the beginning of each beat, people singing on stage, the sand on all sides by intense Prom attendees and total happiness. It is not for less, two engineers, pioneers, artists, influences of reggae around the world and the voice of one of more classic figures, with more than 30 years of dancehall in the world, playing with the Caribbean Sea left, the high starry sky and the white sand down is something not seen on a daily basis and a privilege.