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Antigua's Reggae Ambassador, Causion has released his latest reggae song "Cold Sweat" produced by Maurice Gregory for MasTrak Music label. The song was originally done by Third World and featured the voice of former lead singer Bunny Rugs on the "Journey to Addis" album released in 1978. Causion's new version has introduced the song to a whole new generation of Reggae lovers almost forty years later with a new sound, giving it new energy while still maintaining the universal message of the original.
African American Entrepreneurs Seek their “Fair Share” of Revenue.  (Black PR Wire) New York, NY, --Black Spirit Group (BSG), a professional organization comprised ofAfrican American entertainment promoters and businessmen, is poised to begin a national community awareness campaign to educate African American concert goers on their buying power and the inequities in the concert industry that prevent their spending from impacting their communities. Specifically, BSG will highlight the systemic discriminatory practices of such concert promoters as Live Nation Worldwide, Inc., and Anshutz Entertainment Group (AEG).
In support of its Rites of Passage Program, Community Reconstruction Housing, Inc. will host a Gospel Concert. Themed to bring forth “Unity in the Community: Choirs in Concert for a Cause,” the star-studded event takes place on Sunday, April 23, 2017 beginning at 6 p.m. at Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church, located at 890 NW 15th Street in Pompano Beach, Florida. The concert is FREE of charge and open to the public.
Canadian Songstress Ammoye has a track record of making popular music, and the three-time JUNO nominee for Best Reggae Recording adds to that record with the release of her new single “Don’t Count Me Out!” Produced by Award winning Donovan Germain of Penthouse Records, “Don’t Count Me Out” is taken from the artists forthcoming album, ‘The Light’ which will be available on wide release on June 29th on the Tuff Gong International label. Her single speaks to the underdog who comes from the ‘country’ (a metaphor used to represent being an outsider), and overcomes obstacles to achieve her goal. Ammoye sings: “I’m a woman from a small town in the country / with a big city mentality / yeah / I never forget I come from the Ghetto / yeah / It taught me how mean these streets can be….”
News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. April 13, 2017: Here are the top stories making news on the Caribbean entertainment scene for the week-ending April 13, 2017: 
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