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Birthday boy Beenie Man and his angel at his Birthday Bash, held at The Building, Knutsford Boulevard, New Kingston on Saturday night. - Winston Sill photos

Beenie Man born Moses Davis, along with wife D'Angel, who was beaming by his side, celebrated his 37th birthday inside the Building nightclub in New Kingston, on Saturday night - Red Bull style.

After building the anxiety of patrons and well-wishers, the King of the Dancehall showed up just minutes after 2 a.m. His mode of transport, a Red Bull van that resembled a miniature tank, that was used as a mobile refrigerator and sound system.

The artiste stood in the back by the disc jock who was armed with a turntable, while Future Fambo's hit featuring Beenie Man, Rum and Red Bull belted out of the sound boxes with the video being played on plasma screens attached to the van. The van was being led by the notorious Red Bull Mini Cooper that was followed by an SUV with Beenie's comrades.

By this time some patrons exited the club and flocked the staircase, while others made their way to the entrance to get a glimpse of Davis, clad in a dapper suit.

The van was once again mobile as it rolled further down Knutsford Boulevard, seemingly on a tour of New Kingston.

Beenie's initial arrival was somewhat of a diversion, however, as he never entered the club through the main entrance, but instead, expertly evaded fans who he left standing on the staircase long after he had entered the club through the emergency exit.

Mr and Mrs Moses Davis were beaming as they made their way through the crowd to the VIP section, where they partied the night away.

LIME, Red Bull and Street Vybz Rum were official sponsors of the birthday bash and as such, not only were there some curvaceous LIME promotional girls on stage gyrating to Kartel's latest lyrics; but there were cell phones and other giveaways from LIME. Street Vybz Rum and Red Bull were the mix of choice for patrons who danced to just about everything the selector dished out.

The likes of the Portmore Empire, Orville Hall, Black-er and other members of the entertainment fraternity came out to show their support for the dancehall veteran.

Beenie Man was too enthralled by the happenings to offer a comment to THE STAR when approached.

When THE STAR left after 3 a.m., the party was still in full swing.

The LIME girls were ready to get the party started.

Beenie Man makes a grand entrance at his birthday bash, while selector Supa Hype maintains the musical vibe on the turntables.

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