Tuesday, 20 December 2016

ON THE SCENE: Tifa celebrates 'Sweet 16' + Protoje and Chronixx rip the stage at Major Lazer concert, and more

CROWD PLEASERS: Dec. 16, Kingston. Two of reggae's most fearless ambassadors du jour, Chronixx and Protoje, whose collabo "Who Knows" still feels fresh, hit the stage together at Friday's Major Lazer and Friends concert, which drew a massive crowd to the National Stadium. Meanwhile, both entertainers have added their voices to the #CrimeFreeChristmas musical campaign and are set to release new full-length albums in the New Year. (Photo: Sleek)

WE LOVE TO PARTY: Dec. 16, Kingston. By all appearances, it was a very diverse crowd that flocked to the National Stadium compound on Friday night for the Major Lazer & Friends concert. The cameras snapped Wisynco boss William Mahfood and daughter Mary enjoying the festivities, which went on 'til the wee hours of Saturday morning. (Photo: Sleek)

GLOW GIRL: Dec. 14, Kingston. Entertainment industry insiders, media reps, corporate sponsors and artistes, like songbird Denyque (looking stunning as ever), got a taste of what's in store for the 2017 bacchanal season, when organizers hosted a band launch, Xodus: It's Showtime, complete with a flurry of sexy girls sporting eye-popping costumes, at the Courtleigh Hotel & Suites. (Photo: Skkan Media)

FIT FOR A QUEEN: Dec. 11, St. Ann. Runaway Bay's Jewel Lagoon Water Park was transformed into party central last Sunday night, as former TALLAWAH cover girl Latifa 'Tifa' Brown celebrated her "Sweet Sixteen" among friends, family and tonnes of fans. Amidst cheers, the dancehall queenpin took a moment to blow out the candles adorning her fabulous cake. (Photo: Sleek)

AMONG FRIENDS: Dec. 11, Kingston. Chris Dehring, wife Katia Almeida and other gorgeous guests are all smiles at the recent Veuve Clicquot party that drew a sophisticated crowd to the K6 Lounge at Fort Charles for sparkling drinks and catching-up. Dehring, whose official roll-out of Ready TV is among 2017's most anticipated events, earned a spot on TALLAWAH's list of Jamaica's 12 most intriguing people of 2016. (Photo: Skkan Media)

BIG SPENDERS: Dec. 10, St. Catherine. The women turned heads in exquisite hats and shoes, but the men made their own stylish statements, as the Diamond Mile Race Day heated up at Caymanas Park recently. The day's purse, we hear, was the largest in the English-speaking Caribbean. With their deep pockets and dapper looks, Alando Terrelonge, Audley Shaw and Danville Walker were in the mix. (Photo: Sleek)






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