Friday, 25 January 2013

OUT & ABOUT: I-Octane + Nadean Rawlins + Alaine + Tahnida Nunes + Claudette Powell + Third World

WOMAN OF COLOUR: Jan. 24, Trelawny. Songbird Alaine is picture-perfect in a pop of hot red on opening night of the Jamaica Jazz & Blues Festival at the Greenfield Stadium. Alaine, who is currently starring in the hit musical comedy Glass Slippaz, graced the main-stage at the festival alongside such stellar acts as Rootz Underground, Nadine Sutherland, and Third World. (Photo: STUSH)

FORTY & FABULOUS: Jan. 24, Trelawny. Marking their 40th anniversary as a group this year, the veterans of the mighty Third World reggae band brought a vibrantly rhythmic set to the main-stage of the Jamaica Jazz Blues Fest on Thursday night which patrons truly enjoyed. Here's to being 40 and musically fab! (Photo: STUSH)

GIMME SHELTER: Jan. 19, St. Andrew. Last weekend's successful staging of the Jamaica Motor Show drew a large and eclectic crowd to the Police Officer's Club in St. Andrew eager to check out the cool whips and classic automobiles. The cameras captured ace actress Nadean Rawlins (right) and radio host Claudette Powell soaking up the vibes. (Photo: Infuzioninc)

THAT'S THE SPIRIT: Jan. 23, Kingston. Reggae hitmaker I-Octane and Digicel's sponsorship manager, Tahnida Nunes, are all smiles at the Big Yard Studios, where the entertainer happily renewed his contract with the mobile company as a brand ambassador. Good going! (Photo: Skkan Media)

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