The Choc Boys Got the Crown!

Posted: September 27, 2009 in Blog party, What's going on...

Super fly Ice Prince

Super fly Ice Prince

Starting after the 23rd hour of the day, the grand finale of the Hennessy Artistry held at the Oriental Hotel was a show of great talent. The Friday night of September 25 2009 was the Night the Loopy Team of Ice Prince and Jesse Jagz won the 2009 edition of the Hennessy Artistry.

The night began on a high note with the I-note band teaming with event headliner and chocolate city rapper MI, who also acted as a compere by introducing some of the acts. He introduced on stage the host of the evening, Wale Odizzy who had been hosting since the start of the competition at Saipan. Odizzy in turn introduced the judges of the night, video director Kemi Adetiba, Nigezie Vee-jay and rapper, Andre Blaze and Storms Records rapper Naeto C.

The competition itself began with soulful Bez taking command and serenading the guests with his songs. His acoustic Shivaree was second to none and would have passed for a John Legend’s. After him came the princess of Hip-Hop Mo’ Cheddah who performance was captivating  and got Naeto C commenting that she might pose a great challenge for all rappers in the near future. Ice prince took the stage alongside producer Jesse Jagz, who also featured prominently in the performance.

After the performances came the time to further thin the competitors, the judges had to drop one team. It proves to be a close call as kemi Adetiba, sounding almost not in agreement herself, announced the dropping of Bez, from the contest. Guests are later asked to pick voting slips to vote for a winner from the remaining two.

While voting commenced, MI came back with more rhymes paving way for dropped contestants, Blaise and Jimmy Flames respectively for a reminder performance of what they did while still in contention. Idol West Africa winner Timi Dakolo also got a spotlight chance during this period as he first came up with producer and rapper Jesse Jagz and later with the heavyweight MI. His performance however witnessed a little tensed moment as he first left the stage mid way claiming the band didn’t want to play his song and later taking MI’s verse in a track they did together while performing with MI during his stage comeback.  MI left the stage during that performance, but TImi still held it down anyway.

Ice Prince was announced the winner after the voting result was announced and MI wrapped up the event that served free cognacs and pastered chicken with another performance.

Choc Boys Got the Crown!

Started after the 21st hour of the day, the grand finale of the Hennessy Artistry held at the Oriental Hotel was a show of great talent. The Friday night of September 25 2009 was the Night the Loopy Team of Ice Prince and Jesse Jagz worn the 2009 edition of the Hennessy Artistry.

The night began on a high note with the I-note band teaming with event headliner and chocolate city rapper MI who also acted as a compere by introducing some of the acts. He also introduced on stage the host of the evening, Wale Odizzy who had been hosting since the start of the competition at Saipan. Odizzy in turn introduced the judges of the night, video director Kemi Adetiba, Nigezie Vee-jay and rapper, Andre Blaze and Storms Records rapper Naeto C.

The competition itself began with soulful Bez taking command and serenading the guests with his songs. His acoustic Shivaree was second to none and would have passed for a John Legend’s. After him came the princess of Hip-Hop Mo’ Cheddah who performance was captivating  and got Naeto C commenting that she might pose a great challenge for all rappers in the near future. Ice prince took the stage alongside producer Jesse Jagz, who also featured prominently in the performance.

After the performances came the time to further thin the competitors, the judges had to drop one team. It proves to be a close call as kemi Adetiba, sounding almost not in agreement herself, announced the dropping of Bez, from the contest. Guests are later asked to pick voting slips to vote for a winner from the remaining two.

While voting commenced, MI came back with more rhymes paving way for dropped contestants, Blaise and Jimmy Flames respectively for a reminder performance of what they did while still in contention. Idol West Africa winner Timi Dakolo also got a spotlight chance during this period as he first came up with producer and rapper Jesse Jagz and later with the heavyweight MI. His performance however witnessed a little tensed moment as he first left the stage mid way claiming the band didn’t want to play his song and later taking MI’s verse in a track they did together while performing with MI during his stage comeback.  MI left the stage during that performance, but TImi still held it down anyway.

Ice Prince was announced the winner after the voting result was announced and MI wrapped up the event that served free cognacs and pastered chicken with another performance.

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