Although New Rules saw several acts including Alkaline, Shaggy, Tarrus Riley, Jahmiel and Mavado providing musical fireworks, dancehall artiste Frassman was also in top form.
On an event which saw the best of the best igniting musical euphoria, Frassman made his presence felt, leaving many still talking about his performance.
“The most memorable part of the show for me was during my performance. When I saw the fans singing along to my songs and Renee Six Thirty and DHQ Tallup run out during my performance of Workey Workey, that to me was the highlight’, said Frassman.
He added ‘It was a good show for me. The fans showed me a lot of love and I engaged them for most of the time. It was amazing’.
During his set, Frassman reeled off a workman like set with songs such as Workey Workey, Pop Off, Welcome to Jamaica, Timeline and Dat Nuh Hard Fi Do. He capped his performance with Buju Banton’s Not an Easy Road.
“I have shared stages with Shaggy, Mavado and I-Octane but this was my first time performing on the same stage as Alkaline. It was a great experience I must say, and the energy and vibe at the show was good’, said Frassman.