Thursday, 6 October 2011

ON THE SCENE: Tash and Latty J rock Calabar High + Jermaine Edwards launches latest album

GIRL POWER: The megawatt smiles speak volumes: emerging songbirds Tash and Latty J, the top two finishers on Rising Stars 2011, were elated to be back on stage, this time performing for the gentlemen of Calabar High, the winners of the Digicel $10K grant to benefit their sports department. Digicel made the presentation at the school on Thursday morning, and the girls were on hand to belt out a few tunes.

LEAN ON ME: Latty, of course, was a hit with the young men, some of whom, natch, wanted individual photo opportunities.

SLOW DANCIN': Bad girl Tash got her groove on. I see you, Tash.

TRIPLE THREAT: This senior student simply had to have his own moment with the ladies.

SOLDIERS OF THE CROSS: At the Devonshire, Devon House recently, reggae gospel stars Ryan Mark (left) and DJ Nicholas were on hand to support colleague Jermaine Edwards (centre), who was was hosting the Digicel-endorsed launch of his fourth album, Hide Away.

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