The event, once again, drew a large crowd, similar to that of the last staging, and had support from several music-industry players.
Beenie Man’s birthday bash evoked memories of the 90’s dancehall scene, when sound systems and hard-hitting dancehall ruled Jamaican music.
Promoted as the ‘Unity Edition’, Beenie Man got rival sound systems – Boom Boom and Harry Hype, Stone Love and Fire Links – to play together, sharing the same equipment.
Each sound system brought their own flavour to the event, and patrons left feeling satisfied with a balanced selection of music.
Stone Love played music from legends such as Bob Marley, Peter Tosh and Dennis Brown, while Fire Links played for the ladies, drawing for ’90s dancehall selections.
Boom Boom got the audience dancing with a set comprised of new-era dancehall music.
Known to pay attention to his image, Beenie Man changed twice for the night. On both occasions, he captured the attention of videographers and photographers.
Dweet Again Part 4 was attended by artistes and dancers such as Danielle D.I., Bounty Killer, Johnny Osborne, Winston ‘Niney’ Holness, Iyara, Bling Dawg, Keiva, Shakespeare, New Kidz, Ghost, Admiral Bailey, and Aji.
The party went until minutes after 7 a.m.