Sunday, 24 December 2017

SCENE & HEARD: Shantol Jackson + Chronixx + Oji Jaja + Ding Dong + Nsombi Jaja + PM Andrew Holness

FAMILY TIES: Dec. 11, Kingston. The beautiful people were out in their numbers to celebrate business excellence at the recent Jamaica Stock Exchange Best Practice Awards. The mother-son power duo of management consultant Nsombi Jaja and chef extraordinaire Oji Jaja shared a candid-camera moment at the Jamaica Pegasus-hosted event. (Photo: Sleek) 

PURE MAGIC: Dec. 9, St. Andrew. These gorgeous belles were a vision in crisp, clean white at the recent grand opening of the architecturally stunning BMW showroom/ATL Autobahn, located on Lady Musgrave Road. The A-list-heavy guest list included PM Andrew Holness, Minister Karl Samuda and ATL bosses Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart and Adam Stewart. (Photo: Sleek) 

COOL FACTOR: Dec. 8, United States. Grammy nominee Chronixx was among the stars who put in appearances at the Soho Studios in Miami to celebrate “Island Might” by Bacardi in partnership with Swizz Beatz and The Dean Collection. The roots-reggae star, who is up for Best Reggae Album (Chronology) at next month’s Grammy Awards, later graced the stage. (Photo: Getty Images) 

CLASS ACT: Dec. 6, Kingston. Actress Shantol Jackson, who will make her debut appearance at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah next month to help promote Idris Elba’s Yardie, was on stage to collect her much-deserved award for outstanding achievement in Arts & Culture at the Prime Minister’s Youth Awards for Excellence. Jackson, who graced TALLAWAH’s November cover, is also co-starring in Storm Saulter’s Sprinter, also due out in 2018. (Photo: Sleek) 


GOOD TIMES: Dec. 6, Kingston. Not even PM Andrew Holness could keep from ‘cutting loose’ to the danceable hits of ace entertainer Ding Dong and his Ravers posse, who contributed to the diverse entertainment package that enlivened the 2017 staging of the Prime Minister’s Youth Awards at Jamaica House. (Photo: Sleek)







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