THE PASSION OF KONSHENS: April 1, Kingston. In the spirit of Easter, the ace dancehall star appears to be channelling his inner Messiah, displaying his "wounded hands" at the Wet Sundaze 3rd anniversary bash, where he hit the stage alongside Cham and Sean Paul. Konshens' debut album, Mental Maintenance, recently hit number one on the iTunes reggae album charts.
BACK IN THE GAME: March 31, St. Andrew. Has Asafa Powell found a new main squeeze since he Yendi Phillipps landed in Splitsville? That's yet to be confirmed, but the sprint superstar was snapped getting close to Jo-Anne Campbell at Absolut W, held at Devon House last Friday night. 'Safa, in the meantime, has a big meet next Saturday, the UTech Classics, where he is expected to take on the likes of reigning world champion Yohan Blake.
WINNERS' CIRCLE: March 31, Kingston. Asafa Powell, in his capacity as a LIME ambassador made presentations to members of the Holmwood Technical athletic team at last weekend's ISSA Boys & Girls Champs inside the National Stadium.
ONCE YOU GO BLACK: April 1, Kingston. Grammy winner Sean Paul (and a pair of brunette vixens) own the night at the Wet Sundaze 3rd anniversary bash, where Sean hit the stage to perform a slew of his new tracks. In the meantime, Sean Paul has released a music video for "Dream Girl," one of the best tracks off his latest studio effort, Tomahawk Technique.