September 6, 2022 | By Supa Pea |
Jamaican – born US-based reggae artiste Abby Dallas, is creating waves just about everywhere she is seen in the US.
She is virtually being pulled out of her seat to perform even one song.
Last Sunday night was just another occasion when she made a surprised visit at Jamaica Labour Day Fest at ALoft club in Brooklyn.
Cladded in a multi – coloured shorts set with butterfly shaped top, her signature blonde hair and white booty continues to make a statement in fashion.
However, it was her impromptu performance which secured cheers from the audience.
She went full hundred with “Dash Di Money Pon Di Gal Dem,” a song which is getting mounting response, especially from females.
In an interview with Vision Caribbean TV, Abby Dallas, born Abbygayle Dallas says, “I was not booked for the show. I went to enjoy myself. This is becoming a trend as almost everywhere I am spotted someone is requesting my performance.
In this case it was Supa Hype, the emcee for the show who invited me to perform even one song. Every performance is good because it allows more people to know me.
“I selected the song I did because I know the crowd I am working with, and they responded.”
Born in Kingston, she grew up in Portmore, St.Catherine where her road to success started. She won the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC) Best Junior Soloist award in 2005 and the Jamaica National Festival Song Competition with “Real Born Jamaican” in 2012. She also secured a degree in Music from the Edna Manley College of Visual and Performing Arts.
Abby Dallas has released over 50 songs, her current being “One and Only,” “From my Heart,” “Poppy Show” and “Your Love.”
She is working in the studio to release a number of songs for Christmas.