March 03, 2010
Baby Tash one of headliner for the RJR Communications Group's 'Cross Country Invasion
Baby Tash is one of the major surprises among the artistes who have been headlining the RJR Communications Group's 'Cross Country
Invasion' tour 2010.
With her sleek dancing moves and hard-hitting songs, this saucy showstopper has been a complete revelation wowing audiences from May
Pen to Montego Bay.
"It's going crazy so far, as far as my performance is concerned, I am seeing growth week after week, I am trying to top myself every time I
go out there...and I am surprising myself the things that I am doing are not even pre-rehearsed, and the love from the Jamaican audience is
incredible," Tash said.
Last week, the 'Invasion' team performed in the parishes of St. James and Westmoreland. "We did seven stops, the last ones are always the craziest," she said.
The tour snaked through towns such as Anchovy, Grange Hill, Little London, Sheffield, Green Ilsand, Hopewell, Sandy Bay, and Negril.
The week before, the Invasion tour converged on the parishes of Manchester and St. Elizabeth. "Junction was crazy, I am the only female deejay who is also a dancer on the tour. When I start dancing, the crowd gets crazy, mi just gwaan wid a bagga tings," she gushed.
"The final performance last weekend was great at Ruseas. I started off with Facebook, then went straight into Nah Bleach, and at the point,
they told me afterwards, I was jumping like Sizzla," she said. Baby Tash is psyched up each time she hits the stage.
"What sets me apart is my dancing, I am getting better at controlling my breathing when I am dancing and singing at the same time. When mi
ready fi entertain and get mad, ah just crazy krunking, and last time in Ruseas, I jumped up and landed in a full split, and the crowd just
buss," she said, laughing.
"I am pleased that people are accepting me as an entertainer, they are expecting a performance and I am living up to that name."
Other entertainers on the tour include the females Tifa, and Keda, while the males include Christopher Martin, G Whizz, Nesbeth, Romain
Virgo, and Mr. G
"One of the biggest surprises to me is that people are singing my song word for word. I am enjoying the tour to the fullest, the exposure
that I am getting is incredible and the sponsors have really done a good job supporting the tour," she said.
This weekend, she will be heading to Falmouth, Duncans, Ocho Rios, Runaway Bay on the north coast of Jamaica, and on Saturday, the tour
goes to St. catherine for stops in Old Harbour, Willowdene and Spanish Town in the parish of St. catherine.