The vibes was and still Irie as Shimmers Production Services and 09:16 Enterprises with the support of Freedom Park Lagos, by popular demand presented Irie Vibes at the just concluded third edition of Lagos Fringe, a 6–day festival gathering that promotes theatre, arts and culture.
Irie, which is a Jamaican word for good or pleasing, is basically a FREE cervical cancer screening spiced with live art painting and authentic reggae vibes.
This edition of Irie Vibes which is the second after the May 2019 edition that celebrated veteran reggae music legend Bob Marley had fifty three females screened and all were negative. Doris Komla, Anehita Aletor and Toju Clark wowed the audience with their live art painting, which they all started at the beginning of the vibes after their individual introduction by veteran indie disc jockey–Dj Raymond Browne, the compere of the night and completed 20 minutes towards the end of Irie Vibes. The cervical cancer screening took place while the live art painting and reggae vibes was on–going
Shimmers Productions Services and 09:16 Enterprises mission with Irie Vibes is to reduce drastically to the minimum the death rate through cervical cancer as one screening a year keeps the disease away. Shimmers and 09:16 Irie Vibes is always open with Niyabinghi, a drum beating and chanting session which is a Rastafarian style of worship to Jah, the Most High.
In attendance were Soul singer cum songwriter–Maka, the entertaining prince of stage drama–Toju and Bariga based finest dreadlocks choreographer – Segun Adefila.