JUser: :_load: Unable to load user with ID: 62


International Recording Artist Papa San identified as Jamaica’s fastest lyrical speaking DJ has holding over 16 hit singles and over 15 albums with two number one Billboard Hit Singles on the Reggae Billboard Chart “Gimmie Love” and “Program”. After his conversion, this new zealous convert is now standing as a Stella Award, Dove Award and Marlin Award winner and nominee. Minister of Music Reverend Tyrone Thompson is first in the Caribbean to hit the Reggae Billboard Charts top ten four times featuring all four previous gospel albums “Victory”, “God and I”, “Real and Personal” and “Higher Heights”. Progressively Tyrone Thompson aka Papa San seeks to be a fisher of men using music as his bait. He strides to achieve his greatest passion which is to bring all cultures from all walks of life together as well as to helping those that are deprived especially the orphaned children and also supporting organizations that accommodate and distribute to children without families.
On May 29, 2010 the sub-brand of PRIZM International Concepts, PRIZM Mas will participate in the 22nd Annual Atlanta Carnival Parade of Bands taking place in downtown Atlanta. As one of the many costumed masquerade and musical groups in attendance, PRIZM presents the theme “Rare Exotica: Diamonds and Pearls” which will include a large number of masqueraders displaying their costumes for judges and spectators.
ImageCoral Gables, FL - The University of Miami Lowe Art Museum’s summer exhibition will include objects from ancient Mexico through Panama that explore the complex relationship between art and the natural world. Jaguar’s Spots: Ancient Mesoamerican Art from the Lowe Art Museum, University of Miamiwill be on view from June 26-October 31, 2010. A preview lecture and reception will be held on Friday, June 25 from 7-10 pm. The lecture will be presented by Exhibition Curator, Dr. Traci Arden.
ImageThe island nation is abuzz with reports that the U.S. has cancelled visas for a number of top entertainers. At least one major concert has been postponed, and some say it's all about the extradition of a politically connected drug lord. Others wonder what a Los Angeles law firm was doing in the middle of the mess.