Thursday, 6 June 2013

OUT & ABOUT: I-Octane + Regina Beavers + Damion Crawford + Yendi Phillipps + Leftside + PM Portia Simpson-Miller

KEY ISSUE: June 5, St. Andrew. PM Portia Simpson-Miller is seen here addressing the National Disaster Committee on Wednesday at Jamaica House. The PM, who also chairs the committee, emphasized that as the 2013 hurricane season gets underway, the No-Build Zone Legislation is critical to the country's state of preparedness for hurricanes and other disasters. (Photo: OPM)

IT TAKES TWO: May 24, St. Andrew. Regina Beavers and Leftside hang tight at the recently staged Cosmic Rotation, a live outdoor music event at the Red Bones Blues Cafe, where the dancehall singjay shared the bill with the likes of the Skygrass band, Zia and Keida. "It was a very good performance and the crowd response was overwhelming," says Leftside, who embarks on a tour of Europe later this month. "I am very pleased about how the show turned out." (Photo: Kevin Jackson)

CROWD PLEASER: June 4, Kingston. Kicking off the new season of Behind The Screen at Usain Bolt's Tracks & Records last Tuesday night, ace reggae singer-songwriter Jah Cure (alongside his competent backing band) delivered a showstopping performance, delighting the packed house with hits old and new. (Photo: TALLAWAH)

LAUGHING MATTER: June 5, Kingston. Officially launching Rumbar Flex Week at the Spanish Court Hotel in New Kingston on Wednesday, emcee Yendi Phillipps shares a giggle with junior minister (tourism and entertainment) Damion Crawford. Set for August 1-6, Rumbar Flex Week promises 10 high-energy party events in 2 cities, Kingston and Portmore. (Photo: Ishango Photos)

FLYING SOLO: June 5, Kingston. Dancehall's reigning man of the moment, I-Octane, already tapped to close Reggae Sumfest's Dancehall Night next month, warmed up with a lively performance at the launch of Rumbar Flex Week on Wednesday. (Photo: Ishango Photos)

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