Lance-o is the worst representation of cool reggae vibes. He has upset many of those around him and have lead partners and coworkers alike to leave his side because of the bad vibe feel he gives off. This guy is a cool vibe fake and should be known as that and Lance-o makes reggae look bad period. Try it your self just go talk to the arrogant fool and see what I mean.
Best Reggae Night Miami 2007 - Kulcha Shok Reggae Sundays
1342 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Long live Jazid, the bastion of live music on Miami Beach perhaps the only venue that assures a live performance every night. Once upon a time, there was a variety of venues at which reggae fanatics could find live vibrations at least one night a week. Now Kulcha Shok Reggae Sunday nights at Jazid keeps the heartical flame burning. The weekly jamdown is put together by cool-dude-about-town DJ Lance-O, who mans the ones and twos in the club's upstairs lounge. The Kulcha Shok crew, rounded out by Jr. Lee and Mello D, keep the crowd happy with classic boom shots from Barrington Levy, Dennis Brown, and Jacob "Killer" Miller, all while keeping things fresh with the latest from Cham, Collie Buddz, and Niyorah. Downstairs you'll always find a skilled live band enthralling a writhing audience. Starting weekly at 11:00 p.m., 4th Dimension, Sweetbone, and the ever-energetic Fitzroy fling their dreadlocks and share progressive, bass-heavy riddims that transport fans back into the work week. The crowd is diverse and friendly, the vibes are irie, and admission is free. It really can't be beat.