A Betta Tomorrow concert on Friday

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

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Deejay Kevin Smith, conceptualiser of A Betta Tomorrow, says the annual gospel concert is one at which souls are saved. Its next staging is scheduled for the old May Pen Police Station in Clarendon on Friday.

“When we do this event, we are planting and sharing the word of God, so people can get saved. They will get closer to God when the churches come on board with us, and direct them in the way of the Kingdom consistently,” Smith told the Jamaica Observer.

“The objective is first, to find God here on Earth, so that we will spend our spiritual tomorrow with him. But the Bible says:' He wants us to prosper as our souls prospers, so, we believe in a better tomorrow here on earth,” he continued.

In addition to Smith, gospel acts Goddy Goddy, Ryan Mark, Orville Sutherland, DJ Troy, Latoya Hamilton and WD Sappleton, are billed to perform.

A Betta Tomorrow began as a series of events that were held between June and November 2010. Since then, it has been held twice annually.

“This event is held twice each year and it has been to a lot of places in Jamaica and even overseas. Recently I was contacted to have the event in Orlando. In my opinion, it has grown but I still think it's a big vision after all,” said Smith.

A Betta Tomorrow has been held in St Elizabeth and Montego Bay. Outside of Jamaica, it has been held in Costa Rica and St Maarten.

Smith emerged on the gospel music scene a little over a decade ago. He is best known for songs such as Back Weh, There Are, Tell Jah, and Don't Sell Your Soul.

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