Jamaica has over the years produced a handful of female groups. But what most lacked were musicianship, great talent, beauty, and versatility. And that’s exactly what all female band Adahzeh is bringing to the table. 
The five-member outfit comprises Kadian Hamilton (lead vocalist born December 7); Chevanese Palmer (bass guitar born October 2); Karissa Palmer (Keyboard born May 11); Tashana Barnett (drums born April 3); and Tara-Dean Williamson (guitar born September 1). Dubbed the Kings Daughters,  who dreamt about being part of an all-female ensemble.


OMAR CRAIG FORSYTHE (born August 2, LEO) was born and raised in Jamaica. He is known musically as JAY-5Flow. Jay-5, for short, is a diverse Los Angeles based international reggae and dancehall artist, who believes and breathes the philosophy “Never give up on your dreams… Keep working hard each day and you will be successful.” Jay-5, born in Governspen, who grew up in Rio Nuevo/Ocho Rios, Jamaica, revealed to his mother at a very young age his desire to be an entertainer. Music was so deeply embedded in young Jay-5, that it would eventually led him to get suspended from high school during his teenage years. Like fire, music burned fervently inside young Jay-5 that it forced him to go against school policy and performed in front of his entire classroom. Instead of being deterred, Jay-5 sought out more appropriate avenues to quench his appetite for music.

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The GIDIANS RECORDS>>>found by Rodney bent aka TROYDON a young and talented man who believes in love for mankind.....putting our share of help towards decreasing poverty and all harm in our world...teach the love and eradicated hate!... Born in Portmore, Jamaica, Troydon started making music in 2009. Already a talented and accomplished dancer, well known within the Jamaican dance fraternity, his reggae heroes Bob Marley, Gregory Isaacs, Gyptian, Jah Cure, Tarrus Riley and Mavado inspired him to also want to express himself through songs.

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Born Percival Lord September 30/1979 in Hopewell Highgate St Mary. Dharma found his Passion for music at the Age of 15 when he wrote his first song and began to Write for various Artists while attending High School in Kingston Jamaica at age 17 he started Recording with Main source Music at age 19 Dharma started Producing and Managing Himself and Releases a single titled: Check yu Self on the Spring Water Label that Gave him his First Radio Play Locally. the Artist had done Numerous Interviews, Shows, and Concerts A.T.I, Fully Loaded and just to name a few.


Each generation needs its herald. A voice for the people---shedding light on the issues that touch the common man. Well, aptly named Major Links Entertainment / Daseca Productions recording artist, Bugle, is that voice. A man of the people for the people, singer-songwriter Bugle launched his musical career in 2000. A chance meeting with international dancehall artist Elephant Man in Bugle’s hometown of Kingston, Jamaica led to a long career of penning hits including ‘All Out’, which was featured in the internationally recognized Puma commercial starring Usain Bolt. 

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Ladies and Gentlemen, we have the distinguished privilege of introducing to you, International 
Gospel Recording Artist Kevin Downswell. Interestingly, Kevin’s gift did not surface until he was about members somehow13 years of age. Before this precious discovery, however, some members somehow knew that there was something different about him that made him stand out amongst his peers. From a young age, he was always passionate in what he did, and amidst the trying time she experienced during his childhood years, he has always found a way to rise above his limitations. Kevin could have easily succumbed to the many sources of pressure and struggles which he faced,  but you can always know a champion when you see one. With patient tenacity and God by his side, he not just survived, but came out a better man. 

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