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With $200,000 cash in his pocket and the winner’s trophy, DJ Puffy of Lion Heart sounds has much to celebrate. On Saturday night, he got the audience’s approval as the winner of the inaugural Digicel Mr. Hype competition, which was staged at the Parade Ground.Mr. Digicel Hype 2009 DJ Puffy (left) collects his $200,000 first prize from a WildFire Productions representative. Apart from DJ Puffy, others in contention for the title of Mr. Hype were Deejays Gringo of Slingerz Sound, Breeze of King Scorpion Sound, Big Head of Rhythm Stars and Fredrick Hype of Trend Setters. They were all entertaining and each had supporters rooting for them.Organised by the Wildfire Productions Group,
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, it was held in conjunction with the finals of the Digicel Bimmer Flex promotion and featured fierce competition that could have ended in any of the Deejay’s favor, as the audience, via texting was the judge of the first round.However, while Puffy ended up as the best of the lot, there seemed some mix-up back stage regarding how the competition was to be staged.From the audience’s response, the most hyped DJ of that round was newcomer Big Head of Rhythm Stars, followed by the other two finalists and DJ Breeze of King Scorpion Sounds,
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, but they did not text in that order.The event co-ordinator,
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, Wild Fire, had originally planned for the audience through their cheers to select the final two who would face off for the winner-take-all first prize. However, it was announced that the two would be selected via texting from the audience instead and according to the texts, which cost $50.00 each.The final spin off came down to DJ Gringo of Slingerz sounds and DJ Puffy of Lion Heart.But it seems that DJ Puffy’s win may be short lived despite the fact that he had the most votes based on showing of hands and shouting from the crowd who were the only judges.Yesterday, Wild Fire head,
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, Jonathan Beepat,
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, informed that he will be hosting a press conference shortly to correct the decision.The competitionWith 15 minutes allotted to each,
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, DJ Gringo was first up and immediately showcased his energetic abilities to talk and think. This grabbed the crowd’s support. Then he climbed onto the speakers some distance in the air and the hype grew even more. His maneuverings took him over the barricades into the crowd when he declared, “I am no better than these people.” The Slingerz supporters went wild, jumping and punching the air even with every selection, and Gringo concluded his performance by stating that he should be called Prophet as opposed to DJ following the competition and launched into a Sunday school session.Lion Heart’s DJ Puffy was up next and immediately got the crowd’s attention through a “big up to all de ghetto youth in de place”. His bag of selections offered respect and love for mothers and reflected on his days as a youth. He sealed the deal with a song from Vybz Kartel.Though he did not win the night’s best DJ, in the opinion of many, it was DJ Big head who brought with him an energetic bag of music and chit chat.His selector was Elephant Man, who took the audience back in time with hits from Buju Banton as the hype grew. Probably his best selection for the night was ‘leave people business alone’. His 15 minutes included respect to Jamaican DJ Tony Matterhorn, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross and Rihanna.DJ Fredrick Hype of Trend Setters is a good Hype person but proved the most unimpressive. The blame for that could be placed squarely at the feet of his selector who in a desperate bid to garner crowd support played songs that were “too popular.” While DJ Fredrick tried his best to create hype, the selector insured that he got little or no support from the crowd. But it was not all bad, as most of the crowd could not resist singing along to words of Busy signal’s version of ‘one more night.’ The flow was lacking for most of his presentation but he did get some support from the audience when he played Rihanna’s ‘live your life.’Last but certainly not least, DJ breeze of King Scorpion took the stage with a different style. Very sure of himself, he saved the best for last. His offerings featured Cheryl Moloney’s gospel hit ‘When I call on Jesus’ and the crowd did sing along. He kept his vibes conscious with a few picks from Bob Marley and promoted godliness and racial harmony. But when he switched to songs of the ‘worldly’ kind the audience looked a bit confused and his hype decreased. Most memorable was his presentation of Guyana’s Boy Shakira gyrations.Final roundAmidst boos and celebration from the crowd, Gringo and his selector experimented with a few oldies then took a swipe patriotically at the competition with Dave Martins “not a blade a grass.” The crowd got into a mad frenzy and the slew of hits that followed included at least one selection from DMX.Puffy started his hype with a country and western dancing piece and followed up with songs from fellow Guyanese Natural Black, much to the crowds liking. As his hype grew, the crowd screamed in wild abandon when he asked “all who know them armpit clean put ya hand inna de air”. With the song ‘Drunken Dance’ he had the crowd all over, to finish his time.At this time, apparently controversy was brewing back stage with Puffy being disqualified for rule breaking.A tie was announced and the two DJs, Gringo and Puffy were given a third chance on stage.This time around DJ Gringo was first up and was greeted to resounding boos by Lion Heart fans. Unmoved however, he used his time as best he could with little support from the crowd.In his tie-breaking time, Puffy remained on the godliness track much to the audiences’ enjoyment. His bag this time included ‘Can’t keep a good man down’ and Puffy implied that it matters not what the situation is, he cannot be held back and that he will always overcome.DJ Gringo in an interview after the show told this publication that “Puffy should not have broken the rules because when we met with the promoters we were briefed about the rules. He however said while he believes that he was the better performer “the crowd voted for their champion.”

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