KINGSTON, Jamaica-- For Monday night's semi-final performance on NBC's 'The Voice' competition, Jamaican songstress Tessanne Chin passionately delivered "Like a bridge over troubled waters", to close the show.
"I'm ready to give it my all and treat this song like it's my last song. That's how much this song means to me, ...more »
EAST ELMHURST, NY — The United States-based Children of Jamaica Outreach (COJO) honoured five New York-based Jamaicans for their own work in raising funds for the disadvantaged in Jamaica and the US at its annual fundraising gala at the LaGuardia Plaza Hotel in the US state. Here, COJO founder Gary Williams (fourth right), Consul General of New York Herman G LaMont (right), and Director General in Jamaica's Ministry of Tourism & Entertainment Carrole Guntley (second right) share a moment with the honorees (from left) Victoria Mitchell, Rev Canon Calvin McIntyre, Vincent Hosang, Sabrina Hosang, and Winston Wellington. Absent is honoree Colin Barrett. The COJO was started in 1994 with an aim to support underserved children in Jamaica and Queen's NY. (Photos: Marlon 'Ajamu' Myrie)
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