Dancehall's prolific artiste made the cover of "HEAT" Barbados top newspaper for the second year after delivering an exceptional performance at their annual Reggae Festival sponsored by Digicel. Barbados Reggae Festival is an annual festival sponsored by Digicel held at Brandon's Beach.
Aidonia for the second year headlined the festival leaving patrons begging for more of his energetic performance. The artiste was on stage for a full hour at one point the deejay went in the crowd to dance with his female fans and f course they enjoyed it.
The lyrically potent artiste dished hit songs like "Tip pon yuh Toe", "Fi di Jockey", "Boomflick" " Run Road" "Grip Mi" and new crowd favouries "Don Deh Ya" and '80's dancehall' etc.
Aidonia shared stage with The Queen of the dancehall Lady Saw and Digicel's brand ambassador I-Octane who also delivered a good set. But according to the fans and Heat newspaper Aidonia's gave a fiery unforgettable performance.
"Well the crowd response didnt surprise me neither did Heat newspaper because Barbados is like home to me now so they show me an excess amount of love and I do the same mi love the Bajans and I just love performing for them to the fullest. Big up Barbados and at the same time Trinidad look out fi di Don cause unu know me have a special respect fi unu as well so bare shellings ago gwaan at Ocean View Fortin"
Aidonia is currently in Trinidad for a show at Ocean View in Clifton Hill, Fortin. Aidonia gets back to the island this weekend to prepare for videoshoot with his Jop artistes Deablo , Tanso, Size Ten , Showkyrme and Jayds says Aidonia's publicist.