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Showing posts from August 3, 2014

Has Fatherhood Changed One of Reggae/Dancehall Most Potent Hardcore Artiste for Better?

" me haffi set an example fi my child so dat when him look up to me him see a great man "  ~Aidonia~ Aidonia After almost ten years as a hardcore deejay one of Jamaica's most potent  Reggae/Dancehall   artistes Aidonia , has taken the decision to walk along a new path both personally as well as along his musical journey. With a surprised appearance at Reggae Sumfest 2014 Aidonia entered the stage donning a military-themed ensemble complimented with Rastafarian embellishments and gave one of his best performances to date. He told the crowd that he has become a different man and that the contentious character many have grown accustom to is but a fleeting memory.  In an interview aired on Jamaican television Aidonia explained what inspired this change " When my fiance got pregnant enuh that changed my life " he said affirming that  becoming a dad is the crescendo for change  " we jus look into we self from there, talk to me mother, father, talk to

Happy Independence Day Jamaica

Jamaica celebrates 52 years of Independence... Independence Day Messages: click Credits:  @MaryMe_TheReef

Cherine Anderson's 'ROC Foundation' Announces 2014 Scholars

The ROC (Reach One Child) Foundation founded by Mr. Patrick Lindsay and artiste/entertainer Ms. Cherine Anderson, have announced their selection of fourteen outstanding grade six students who are proud recipients of the 2014 ROC Scholarship. The students have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement, artistic and athletic excellence, leadership, as well as contribution to schools and communities.  "These students set really high standards for themselves.  Most have no only achieved academically, but on average they are involved in at least three extracurricular activities or hold leadership positions in their schools or community youth groups.  These students are truly models for their peers" Cherine Anderson said. The ROC Foundation over the past two years has honoured 35 top-performing students in Jamaica.  More than 250 applicants qualified base on outstanding academic performance in the the islands GSAT examinations averaging over 80% scores.  The combined ave