H.P: Take us back to the "90s Dance hall Era" and tell us about your first Dance Competition
C.S: The first Dance hall competition was Uptown versus Dance hall, so Dance hall clashed Uptown and won.
H.P: Where/How did you learn to dance?
C.S Well I didn't learn to dance, I think that was just part of who I am and as a Jamaican I think all Jamaicans have rhythm. So if you really like something you go about it however way possible but I didn't do any formal training or anything like that.
H.P: How has Dance hall Competitions changed since the 90's?
C.S: I'm not certain how Dance hall competitions changed since the 90's because I never did "Dance hall on Dance hall". I always did Dance hall and something else; Hip hop, Calypso, Uptown, everything else but Dance hall. I don't clash Dance hall with Dance hall. I defend and represent Dance hall so I would never go against Dance hall.
H.P: Finish the sentence ... "I cannot live without my ...
C.S: I cannot live without my daughter Chrystal.
H.P: How does it feel being an Honoree at QORIHC 2016?
C.S: Oh gosh, Its a humbling feeling, I am very honored to know somebody or an organization has thought of me. I have put the work in for 24 years and I'm still current. I still do things in Dance hall although I have evolved into other stuff but I'm so honored. I'm really appreciative of it and I look forward to it on Sunday. So yes I am very special and I feel very special that they thought of me.
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