When spring hits NYC the vibe of the city changes. What a better way to kick off the spring dance vibes than DJ Norie’s annual Anything Goes Live at B.B. Kings. If you have been to any live stageshow, you know it starts late, a just so it go…
The dance floor started getting full with dancing around 12:30am when the West Indian massive started picking up the pace to some Soca and Calypso. While DJ Norie took control of the night and 2:00am - 3:00am was dedicated to showcasing some young artists, the stage show was a bit lacking and had it’s share of dull moments. But had two hyped moments with a Dancehall tune "High Man" made the place sing along and forward a rewind they did not get. And the Dancehall Queen style female artist that brought men onstage to wine for.
Tanya Stephens touched the stage at 2:55am and blessed the crowd with 30 minutes of her biggest tunes and made the ladies all happy talking about what the women want. It’s a Pity got a huge pull-up and Tanya left off stage with the place warming up for the night to get hot. Rupee came out right away at 3:25am, like a time ticking show now. Everyone seemed to be coupled up and wining while Rupee’s melodies and Soca vibes took over and Tempted To Touch made the place go (and girls) go nuts! The sing-jay kept everyone jumping with You Make Me Wanna Jump.