The JCDC’s mission has always been to promote Jamaica internationally. The Performing Arts Competitions they’ve established help them fulfil that duty every year by showcasing the talents of both aspiring artists and seasoned pros to the people of Jamaica.
In Jamaican culture, praise and worship are an essential part of daily life. At times, we are surrounded by voices that sound like those of angels. Sometimes, yes; other times, no. In the end, who will emerge as the most popular voice in Jamaica? It’s entirely up to you in this case.
The Dancehall sound clash is the boxing match of all sound systems who want to build, and keep popular. If you can’t manage it, just call yourself a disc jockey. If you can, well, you now have bragging rights. Reggae Month has one of the biggest Sound Clashes.
How good and how perfect it would be before God and man to see the unification of all Africans. These words opened an impassioned speech by granddaughter of Bob and Rita Marley at the opening of the permanent exhibition dedicated to Rita Marley at the Bob Marley Museum.
The Manifesto Jamaica family have done it again. They have impacted the lives of youth and led them in the direction of self-sustainability and professional growth. Their newest initiative was the Music Mentorship Programme held with the Bob Marley Foundation.