While the attendance was low, only about 75 people in attendance, the vibes was good. Infinity & Killa showed why they are two of Detroit's best sound. Killa started out first and it was clear from the start that he came to war. He made some very personable remarks about Infinity and other sounds in Detroit. He started with some new nubs and some foundation dubs as well. He did pick up the pace with some good old fashion juggling for the ladies which did well to get the dance in a good vibe.
Infinity would have no part in clashing, not at that time anyway, they instead juggled for the ladies and kept the dance flowing. After the juggling rounds ended they were live performances by Detroit's own Channel, Rusty and Phantom. All received a warm welcome. After which Infinity & Killa decided to go dub fe dub. To me it was of the most exciting parts of the dance. Big dubs were played by both sounds including specials from Hopeton James, Frankie Paul, Sanches to name a few. Most would agree that Infinity clearly won as they played a much deeper selection of specials.
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