Wednesday, 23 October 2019

ON THE SCENE: VCB statue unveiled; Sean Paul honoured at King’s House; Kanye rocks New Kingston, and more

THE CHAMP IS HERE: Oct. 18, Kingston. The supersized crowd that flocked to Emancipation Park to attend rap megastar Kanye West’s Sunday Service included culture and entertainment minister Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange, Carlene Davis, Tommy Cowan, Naomi Cowan, Jesse Royal and a host of fans of West’s music. (Photo: Ministry of Culture)

GETTING HIS DUE: Oct. 21, St. Andrew. Grammy winner Sean Paul has a word with PM Andrew Holness following Monday’s National Honours & Awards ceremony at King’s House. The entertainer was conferred with the Order of Distinction for his contribution to the promotion of Jamaican music internationally. (Photo: JIS)

OUR QUEEN: Oct. 20, Kingston. Students from Veronica Campbell-Brown’s alma mater Vere Technical show their support at the unveiling of a statue in her honour at Stadium Park, the National Stadium, on Sunday. (Photo: Ministry of Culture)

DOUBLE TROUBLE: Oct. 9, St. Andrew. Hitmakers and music industry pals Agent Sasco and Wayne Marshall were among the stars in attendance at the recent grand opening of Fontana Pharmacy’s new Waterloo Road-based superstore. (Photo: Skkan Media)

BIG SPENDERS: Oct. 9, St. Andrew. Power couple Marshall and Tami Chynn also greeted the cameras at the opening of the swanky new shopping hotspot, which will largely cater to Fontana’s upper St. Andrew-based customers. (Photo: Skkan Media)

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