Davina Henry, Staff Reporter
After a lengthy band introduction, Professor Nuts finally made his way on to the Behind the Screen stage.
Before beginning his set, Professor Nuts had the audience in stitches. He scolded the MC for not having enough vibes and spunk when he introduced him, and then finally introduced himself to the audience, much to their delight.
Professor Nuts began his set with songs such as Tan So Back, Inna Di Bus, Bad Boy Jimmy and Big John. The somewhat raunchy set was met with cheers, whistles and endless 'forwards'.
Known for his wit, it came as no surprise that fans begged him to come back to the stage when he had completed his set.
Obliging the eager crowd, Professor Nuts came back and delivered a spirited remix to Bob Marley's Three Little Birds.
Departing the stage for a second time, Professor Nuts decided to play host for the rest of the night.
Making way for the King of the Dancehall, Yellowman appeared in full camouflage and immediately launched into Zungguzunggu-zungguzeng, the audience singing along.
Known for his energetic performances, Yellowman launched into hits such as I'm Getting Married in the Morning, Mr Chin and Orphan.
Striking Usain Bolt's signature 'To The World' pose, Yellow Man also paid tribute to the athletes and also to Jamaica for its 50th Anniversary milestone.
"It's nice to be here with my people celebrating the moment Jamaica turned 50. Fi de next 50 years and beyond, we waan enjoy weself just like this, no violence, just entertainment. Mek money and eat food. Mi love unuh," Yellowman told the audience.
Yellowman had the crowd laughing when he told them to "dash weh unuh blackberry, cause a blueberry time," before launching into Blueberry Hill, which garnered screams from the ladies in the audience.
Taking off his shirt, the deejay stated that he wanted the ladies to see his body.
"Mek di ooman dem si how mi look. How mi look ladies? Mi know unuh waah mi fi di night but I doah waah any one-night stand. Love is a serious ting," Yellowman said.
After departing the stage, Yellowman inquired if the audience had had enough. Screaming that they wanted more songs, Yellowman obliged.
Lifting the crowd's enthusiasm, he delivered hits such as Bam Bam and Three Nights a Week.
"I appreciate each of you inna di audience. You could have been somewhere else. I'm grateful," he said.