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Jamaican gospel singer Papa San (left) rocked Grand Cayman on Friday
Former reggae and dancehall star turned gospel musician Papa San believes gospel music is gaining in popularity in the Caribbean.

Speaking on local Cayman television before rocking the island of Grand Cayman last night, Papa San said people are on fire for gospel music in his native Jamaica, which is changing hundreds of thousands of lives despite the comparatively small number of gospel musicians in his country.

Jean & Dinah section from Carnival Nationz' 2010 presentation - "Sparrow D'Legend"
Sparrow D'Legend is the 2010 theme for 3-time CARIBANA Band of the Year winners CARNIVAL NATIONZ, who launched to a capacity crowd at the Sound Academy 2 in Toronto on May 1, 2010.

Fab 5
Prior to and during the 16th Annual Unifest Multi Cultural event on Sunday May 23, 2010 there will be a special food and fundraising drive done for the people of Haiti.

The Greater Caribbean American Cultural Coalition, Unifest ‘Presenting Sponsor Grace Foods’ and Food for the Poor have joined hands in a humanitarian effort and rebuilding effort with our partnership with the Greater Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce in support for Haiti. Event gate opens at 10:00 am at the Vincent Torres Park, located at 4331 NW 36th Street in Lauderdale Lakes and attendees will be able to purchase Grace Food Vouchers from the donation center on site. Prior to the event donation information is available by calling  954-730-8885 

Julian Marley
In the Spirit of his father Bob Marley, Julian "Ju Ju" Marley is the next generation of Reggae pioneers proudly paying it forward in his home town of London, England. Along-side a list of Reggae luminaries that have spawned out of England such as Aswad and Steel Pulse, Julian "Ju Ju" Marley firmly plants his roots in London, inherently influencing the U.K. music scene with his rich legacy.