EDGE Talent Search rolls into Portie
The EDGE truck.

It was excitement and thrilling vibes Saturday last as the EDGE 105.3 Talent Search made its way into Port Antonio, Portland's capital, for its first stop in the cross-island tour.

Ron Muschette, Alaine and DJ Neil were aboard the EDGE truck spinning hits and meeting the fans up close as they kicked off the search for Jamaica's talented artistes.

Port Antonio did not disappoint; residents were out in their numbers to receive giveaways and sign up to be a part of the inaugural talent search.

We share scenes from Ballaz Restaurant & Bar, 1 Harbour Street, Port Antonio:

EDGE personalities (from left) Ron Muschette, Alaine and DJ Neil keep the vibes buzzing on location in Port Antonio.
Melonie Morsby (right) is a winner of an instant giveaway from Alaine at the EDGE roadshow.
Kemar Taylor, known as J Skull, controls the mic in the EDGE Talent Search.
Warrior Tuff (Orane Taylor) is all about the tunes in Port Antonio.
While in the arms of his mother, Theresa Thompson, young Jaheem Miller sings a tune for Alaine during the Talent Search stop in Port Antonio.
Tazio McPherson makes his bid for honours in the EDGE Talent Search on Saturday.
Hatroy Battick enjoys his Saturday Observer at the EDGE Talent Search roadshow in Port Antonio on January 14, 2023.
Richard and Melanie Coore, owners of Ballaz Restaurant & Bar in Port Antonio, were happy to have the EDGE Talent Search roadshow in Port Antonio.

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