Brush1 to host Jamaica Edition of Tempo’s Hot Ones Caribbean

Jamaican radio personality Brush1, the “Road Marshal”, will take over hosting duties as Hot Ones Caribbean heads to Jamaica for the second edition of the series, Tempo Networks has announced.

The entertainer says he is excited about the assignment.

“I am looking forward to the food the most and trying them with the different sauces cause Hot Ones, I have seen it online and I have watched almost all the episodes including the Caribbean episodes so I am excited for it, over the moon for it, it is almost a surreal feeling being the one to host it,” he said in a press release.

Commenting on the choice of a new host for Hot Ones Caribbean, Frederick A Morton, Jr, Founder, Chairman & CEO, Tempo Networks, said that "Following the success of Season One in Trinidad, well hosted by Daniel Loveless, it was important to have a Jamaican host that could represent Jamaica and bring to the production the amazing vibe the country is known for. After extensive conversations, I am confident that Brush1 fits the bill and will deliver a stellar and super-entertaining performance in the role."

A DJ, MC and radio host of the Scorched segment on Fyah 105, Brush1 hails from Portland and attended Titchfield High School.

Born Romario White, entertainment has been in Brush1’s blood since birth, according to the release, which noted that his stepfather had a traditional sound system, and his brother had a recording studio at home where he produced his music.

Fresh from its first season produced in Trinidad and Tobago, which featured the likes of top Trinibad artiste Prince Swanny to social media comedy sensation, Ro’dey, Tempo Networks aims to make a splash in Jamaica.

The series will feature the island’s top celebrities and personalities in music, sports and entertainment and, in collaboration with the Jamaica Tourist Board, highlight the beauty of this world-renowned destination.

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