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Jungle Fever in South
A fortnight ago, South Trinidad experienced an adrenaline rush as Elite Entertainment (EE) hosted its hit party—Jungle Fever 2 at the Prive Nightclub in La Romaine. True to its theme—Heat—this party was truly sizzling hot with the sexy “ani-model” women, decked in short pants and tank tops; their bodies painted in tiger stripes and leopard spots, tantalising male patrons with their exotic dancing on the club’s raised platforms. The club was uniquely decorated with palm branches and stalks of rose weeds, creating a realistic tropical ambience. Heeding the call of the wild, patrons revelled without inhibitions, transforming Prive into a carnival in August.
The music catered for everyone and was provided by DJs Lurbz and Aswaad of SLAM100.5 FM (a member of the Guardian Media Ltd), along with Mazel and Jerry West. Relatively new to the entertainment scene, promoters Keisha Marie Charles and Dennison Nanan pulled off another spectacular event after the first edition of the party was held in August 2010. Nanan said that the anticipation for this year’s party was so great they had to stop selling tickets days before. He disclosed: “Basically I think it was one of the best events ever. The DJs provided the right mix and you could have seen everyone enjoying themselves.”
Not only does EE host great parties, he said, they also provide models for business events. Currently, EE operates with 100 gorgeous ladies. The next event for the EE is Jungle Fever: The Coolers Editions coming this December. People looking out for the event can access the Elite Entertainment Facebook page.
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