Caribserve 4G Video X Games Game over party
POSTED: 07/12/12 12:00 PM
St. Maarten – The Caribserve Video X Games is in full effect. The “Game over” closing party will be held on Saturday July 14 at Tantra Night Club & Sanctuary. The line-up for the night promises to be amazing with opening DJ’s like DJ Mix master Pauly, DJ Vicious and DJ Bean! Star DJ for the night will be DJ Waxfiend from Amsterdam’s Jam Rock radio.
There will be drink specials and V.I.P specials all through the night. Entrance fee is $15 before midnight and $20 after. People can also purchase a weekend party pass to avoid paying more at the door and to avoid the long lines. Party passes are available at DVD Express.
Special guest performer at the “Game over” closing party Rupee
One of the highlights of the night will be a special guest performance by Rupee. Rupee’s first success came as a teenager when he won a popular Barbados talent competition. His performance stole the show and fueled his desire to be an artist. The public’s response to Rupee was tremendous and in 1997 he was invited to join the top Barbadian band Coalishun. The following year, Rupee hit it big with Ice Cream, which blew up the Caribbean charts and put him in the spotlight. Ice Cream was followed by a string of hits from three self-released solo albums. The scorching up-tempo song “Jump,” from his first album won Rupee repeated Road March titles at carnivals in Barbados, New York, Miami, Boston, and Toronto. “Tempted to Touch,” from his second album, enjoyed over two years of international club play, spreading to urban and pop radio in Toronto and Miami. It became the catalyst for Rupee’s worldwide deal with Atlantic – as well as the first single from 1 ON 1. This album celebrates both Rupee’s sense of his multi-national heritage and his brimming, forward-looking confidence in his original music.
Before deciding to pursue music full-time, Rupee explored other aspects of his creative nature. Rupee has kept all of his creative sides busy by playing an active role in the design of his web site www.thisisrupee.com and the visual marketing of his self-released projects.
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