NEW YORK, NY – Reggae Sumfest, the greatest reggae show on earth, had its New York launch on April 17 in Brooklyn at Bogart House in East Williamsburg. Reggae aficionados, industry icons, tastemakers, the Diaspora community and sponsors converged at the trendy spot. Bronx restaurant Ultimate Jerk provided a fine fare of Jamaican food including jerk chicken, festival, rice & peas paired with cocktails courtesy of Appleton.
Kingston, Jamaica: Audiences were treated to an exciting lineup of performances, sprinkled with high concept items at the Drama National Finals of the National Festival of the Performing Arts, held at Little Theatre in Kingston on Thursday, April 4 and Friday, April 5.
Kingston, Jamaica: Participantsof all ages showed up intheir brightly coloured costumes to the Little Theatre in Kingston from across the island to put their talents on display for the National Finals in Traditional Folk Formson Tuesday, April 2 and Wednesday, April 3.
Zia Benjamin, the Jamaican songstress who has penned and been featured on hits from the likes of Sean Paul to Major Lazer, brings her soulful sound to the forefront in 2019.