Wednesday, 31 January 2018

OUT & ABOUT: Miss Kitty and Shelly bring the ‘Flava’ + Marisa Benain supports Ashé + Etana gets love at Reggae Month launch, plus Grammy night

ON THE RECORD: Jan. 28, United States. “Loyalty” has its rewards! Rapper Kendrick Lamar and songbird Rihanna share the spotlight while accepting the Grammy for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration during Sunday’s action-packed 60th Grammy Awards ceremony at Madison Square Garden in New York. Lamar also won Best Rap Album for his critically acclaimed opus, Damn, which spawned hits like “Humble” and the award-winning RiRi collabo. (Photo:

THE GIRL IS MINE: Jan. 22, Kingston. Reggae ambassador and chart-topping songstress Etana gets a warm hug from Minister of Tourism, Edmund Bartlett, at the recent launch for activities to mark Reggae Month. Consummately productive, Etana’s latest studio album (a work-in-progress) is due out later this year. (Photo: Sleek)

BODY BEAUTIFUL: Jan. 21, Kingston. Curves ahead! Khadine ‘Miss Kitty’ Hylton scores a perfect 10 while putting in an appearance at the launch party for Grace Foods’ new ‘Flava with a Beat’ campaign, at the Kingston Waterfront. This is voluptuous with a capital K. (Photo: Sleek)

MISS CONGENIALITY: Jan. 21, Kingston. Grace ambassador and sprint queen Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce oozed laid-back glamour as she posed for the cameras while attending the ‘Flava with a Beat’ campaign launch party. The first-time mom says she intends to return to the track this season. (Photo: Sleek)

UP FRONT: Jan. 17, Kingston. Marisa Benain (Director of Culture, Plié for the Arts founder and NDTC senior) was among the arts-community standouts attending the launch (at Ashé headquarters) to kick-start celebrations for the performing-arts company’s year of activities for their 25th anniversary. (Photo: Sleek)

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