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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: 
Audiences at the Pompano Beach Cultural Center (which will open to the public on April 27 with a preview party from 7 to 9 p.m.), will be treated to a wide variety of music, dancing and theater, as 11 regional nonprofit performing arts companies have been selected to perform in the same venue that will also facilitate national acts throughout the year
Terminal 2 - Pre-Security BROWARD COUNTY, FL - Airport visitors can enjoy a new art exhibition presenting works by students attending Dillard Center for the Arts at Dillard High School. The exhibition is part of the airport's inaugural En Plane Air community art program. It is installed in the pre-security area, above the escalators in Terminal 2 at Broward County's Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL), 100 Terminal Drive, Fort Lauderdale. The En Plane Air exhibitions will rotate on a regular basis.
Destination Sistrunk, developed by Broward Cultural Division, Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau and Old Dillard Museum, is a new a new cultural tourism initiative that encourages residents and visitors to engage with Fort Lauderdale’s African-American heritage. Programming includes way-finding markers, black heritage tours and cultural markets geared to make Sistrunk a destination.
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