We have noted the letter titled ‘Save Pinnacle for RasTafari’ which was published in your newspaper on Thursday, December 05, 2013.
In reference to Pinnacle (located within the De la Vega Heights development) the writer stated “the Jamaican State has made the site a national heritage site, ...more »
UP-AND-COMING reggae artiste Keznamdi has high expectations for his latest single Grade.
Produced by Don Corleon, the track -- which was released yesterday on iTunes -- is an ode to marijuana.
"I believe this song will do well, most naturally in Jamaica, but especially in the European, Hawaiian and California reggae markets where this kind of reggae is extremely popular, so too is the herb," said the 21-year-old.
Keznamdi, brother of singer Kelissa McDonald, lived in Tanzania with his family for three years, and completed high school in Ethiopia.
Earlier this year, the artiste released a six-track set entitled Bridging The Gap EP. The set featured artistes Chronix, and Kabaka Pyramid.
KEZNAMDI... currently in the US on a West
Coast promotional tour
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