Thursday, 23 July 2015

OUT & ABOUT: Seen on the scene at Reggae Sumfest 2015

A TO Z: “I like to call it ‘warrior princess’,” is how pop-dancehall entertainer Zhavea describes her electric musical style, which was in full flight on International Night II at Catherine Hall. The Cali-based artiste, readily cites Janet Jackson among her idols. “She’s just phenomenal,” she tells TALLAWAH. “I like the way she’s perfected the art of dancing and singing, and that’s something I want to bring to my own career.” 

IT TAKES THREE: Moments after turning up the heat on the mainstage during the Pepsi Refresh Hour, deejay Kalado made his stop in the press room, where he shared lens time with cool girls Lori-Ann and Valencia of Creative Marketing Associates. 

DREAM TEAM: Easily one of the most triumphant showings at the festival came from reggae/lover’s rock crooners LUST, a stellar band that seems to get better with time. Here, the fantastic four field post-performance questions from the media. 

UP FRONT: A woman who wears many hats these days, Rising Stars’ hostess and The Gleaner’s Online Brand Manager Terri-Karelle Reid (right) and Ashley Miller of TV-J’s Intense were fixtures inside the VIP area, soaking up the feel-good vibes all weekend long. 

GIRL POWER: Songstress Jennifer Hudson got a run for her money when the time came for her to duet with contest winner Allison Roberts, who threw herself into the performance, earning vociferous cheers from the home crowd and the J-Hud stamp of approval.

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