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Cheers & claps as President Trump repeats “You Can Leave” comment to the Infamous Four

YOU CAN LEAVE!

Rashida Tlaib of Michigan, Democratic Reps. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York and Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts,

Washington DC:

President Donald Trump speaks on the South Lawn at the White House on July 15, 2019. 

He echoed the argument that the four Democratic Reps. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York and Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts, Rashida Tlaib of Michigan — the president mentioned two by name, said "should leave".

Contrary to reports of the president doubling-down on his argument, this seem not to be the case. The president instead, told the women to apologize to him and the American people.

On July 14, 2019 the president cause a political firestorm, one of his many, when he tweeted the four Democratic Congresswomen should go back to where they came from. He describes their "countries whose governments are a complete and total catastrophe, the worst, most corrupt and inept anywhere in the world (if they even have a functioning government at all)"

Three of the four women were born in the United States, and the fourth, Rep. Ilhan Omar, left Somalia when she was 6 and settled in the United States when she was 10. This led many of Trump critics to call him a racist.

Trump’s racist Twitter tirade about “the Squad,” explained: Vox .According to the website, Donald Trump has a decades-long track record of racism that includes everything from calling for the execution of innocent teenagers to breaking fair housing law. This fact about him drifts on and off the news agenda, but he put it squarely back on over the weekend with a few tweets that exhorted four new Democratic members of Congress to “go back” to the “corrupt” countries they are from.

CNN Business: Brian Stelter left speechless by Trump's racist tweet.

The president told much of cheering crowds after a reporter pose the question to him, he reiterated his argument, "if you are not happy here you can leave". He went on to say, that "all the do is complain". He claim a lot of people loved his statement.

The crowd cheered and clapped as the president told reporters, "they are very unhappy". "These are people in my opinion hate our country", that is my opinion. He told the reporter to be QUIET QUIET.

He accused the four congresswomen of "hating" the United States and saying they should feel free to leave the country if they're not happy here.

"These are people who in my opinion hate our country," Trump said at a "Made in America" event outside of the White House.

"All I'm saying is, if they’re not happy here, they can leave. There will be many people who will be happy," Trump said.

Trump accused Omar of being somebody who "hates Israel" and "hates Jews, hates Jews. It's very simple." He singled out Ocasio-Cortez for helping to scuttle Amazon's plans to build a second headquarters in New York. "It's really hurt New York," he said. "That was a terrible thing she did."

Earlier in the day he took to Twitter to demand the women apologize to the country for "foul language" and "terrible things they have said."

"When will the Radical Left Congresswomen apologize to our Country, the people of Israel and even to the Office of the President, for the foul language they have used, and the terrible things they have said," Trump tweeted Monday.

"So many people are angry at them & their horrible & disgusting actions!" he added.

He argued that political can't be afraid to take them on. According to the president, if the Democrats want to gear their wagons around these four people they will have a tough election because he do not think the people of America will stand for it. He said the voters will decide.

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54-year-old woman Charged After Trying To Collect Her Dead Mother’s Pension

Kingston, Jamaica: A 54-year-old woman is now in custody for allegedly attempting to collect her deceased mother's pension. According reports, on Monday, January 21, Janet Jarrett, 54-year-old, visited the Accountant General's Department to bring up to date the banking information of her mother, Hermine Byrant. This was done to facilitate the collection of her mother’s pension. Suspicions arose when Jarrett show an identification card of her mother who’s no longer alive.

The police were contacted on the matter and an investigation was done. All suspicions were confirmed when it was proved that Jarett’s mother passed three years ago. Jarrett was then arrested and charged. The Counter Terrorism and Organised Crime Branch reported that Janet Jarret was charged with forgery. The charges leveled against Jarret states she forged documents and obtaining money by means of false pretense. On July 30th, Jarrett is to appear in the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court.

Jarret was charged under the • Fraud Squad (Electronic Fraud) Act of the The Counter Terrorism and Organised Crime Branch Unit.

One commenter asked, “How is this terrorism?"
"Why do you need cops trained in counter-terrorism to arrest an old lady for this?"

According to the Jamaica Observer, January 24th, 2015 article:
The Jamaica Constabulary Force has established what it calls a Counter-Terrorism and Organised Crime Investigation Branch (C-TOC).
The new Branch, according to yesterday’s publication of the JCF’s Force Orders, is a merger of the Flying Squad and the Organised Crime Investigation Division (OCID).
The eight-unit branch was formed “to strengthen the country’s security framework to effectively combat terrorism and organised crime in all forms” and is to be headed by an Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) the Force Orders added.
The units coming under C-TOC are:
• Counter Terrorism and Special Investigation,
• National Strategic Anti-gang (NSAU)/ Transnational Crime,
• Communication Forensic and Cybercrime (CFCU),
• Operations and Special Enquiries (Stolen Motor Vehicle, Major Robberies)
• Constabulary Financial Unit,
• Fraud Squad (Electronic Fraud)
• Intelligence and Covert Evidence Gathering
• Anti-Trafficking in Person, Intellectual Property (Vice Squad
ACP Devon Watkis will be the head of C-TOC.

For those who aren’t aware of what rates are for pensions, please see below:

The following National Insurance Scheme (NIS) benefits have been increased with effect from April 1, 2018.

Category of Benefit Previous Weekly Rate New Weekly Rate
Old Age, Invalidity &
Widow’s/Widower’s Pension
• Full Rate $2,800 $3,400
• 3/4 Rate $2,100 $2,550
• 1/2 Rate $1,400 $1,700
Maternity Allowance
(Domestic Workers)
$6,200 $7,000

Also, you can visit the Ministry of Labour and Social Security for more information: https://www.mlss.gov.jm/departments/national-insurance-scheme/#1558990442809-a9f52408-cc71

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Jah Cure Helps to Clean Up Kenya, Africa. Announces “Royal Soldiers”.

Jah Cure Helps to Clean Up Kenya, Africa and Announces Release Date for New Album "Royal Soldiers"

Jah Cure with Nairobi Crew

Grammy-nominated Jamaican singer, Jah Cure, whose real name is Siccature Alcock, declared to his over seven hundred thousand fans on Instagram in a series of photos and video his love for the motherland and the good work he is doing there.  Cure alongside the Governor of Nairobi, Mike Sonko, 500 soldiers, 200 police and the people of Nairobi participated in a clean-up exercise. The theme for this clean-up exercise was #MyWasteMyResponsibility.

Governor of Nairobi, Mike Sonko and Jah Cure with clean up crew

“I will be here my brothers and sisters to spearhead the project. I will be your leader for a day in cleaning up Nairobi because this is the cleanup movements we are on. We are on a mission to keep our environment clean; me and the Governor and the rest of the team, so stay tuned. See you there; we have a mission to do”, Jah Cure said

“The price of greatness is responsibility”, Jah Cure declared.

This is not the first time Jah Cure visited Kenya. Cure said of his latest visit in Kenya that he’s happy to be there and feels a connection to Kenya. Other than the clean-up activity, Cure began the first leg of his worldwide tour titled “The Royal Soldier Tour” where he headlined the Umoja Splash Festival in the country.

Of his  July 6th performance in Kenya Cure said: “HISTORY WAS MADE IN AFRICA. BIGGEST SOLD OUT EVENTS IN KENYA OVER 20 YEARS IN THE INDUSTRY OF REGGAE MUSIC!! I'M SO PROUD TO BE A VESSEL.. THANK YOU JAH. THANK YOU MY FANS. THANKS FOR THE LOVE OF THE PEOPLE.”

Cure announced that his next album will be released on August 30, 2019, this is titled “Royal Soldier”. He hopes to earn his second Grammy nomination for this album. Jah Cure’s inspiration for this album is African historical figure Mansa Musa.  For those who are not aware of this historical figure, Mansa Musa was the tenth Mansa (conqueror) of the wealthy West African Islamic Mali Empire. He is said to be one of the richest people in history (if not the richest) and conquered 24 cities. This album was actually set to be released in 2018, having collaborations with Tory Lanez, Melanie Fiona, and Phyllisia Ross. But this ended up being pushed forward to 2019.

Jah Cure will next visit the island of Seychelles on July 13, 2019, for his second stop on his Royal Soldiers Tour.

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Prime Minister Andrew Holness, launches Jamaica Labour Party Education Fund.

Jamaica Labour Party celebrated their 76th anniversary

On July 8, 2019, the Jamaica Labour Party celebrated their 76th anniversary. The party was formed by the RT. Excellent Sir Alexander Bustamante in 1943. According to an article shared by Jamaica’s Prime Minister and JLP’s Party Leader, Andrew Holness, the JLP was successfully launched 76 years ago at Ward Theatre in Kingston, Jamaica. This launch was attended by the masses and representatives of many public bodies. Mr Holness stated:

The JLP remains resolute and committed to the vision of a just and equitable society, protecting and expanding the rights of all Jamaicans, and increasing the well being and shared prosperity for the people of this great country.

On our 76th anniversary, we thank God for his grace and ask for his guidance and blessings as we unite to move Jamaica from poverty to shared prosperity.”

RT. Excellent Sir Alexander Bustamante

The plan to launched the education fund was announced at the Jamaica Labour Party’s 75th-anniversary conference in 2018.

To coincide with the Party's 76th anniversary, the Prime Minister officially launched the education fund.

The fund is name the Jamaica Labour Party Education Fund. It is consist of five national scholarships in the name of past Prime Ministers who have formed governments from the Jamaica Labour Party.

The Education Scholarships: 

The Alexander Bustamante scholarship for Mathematics and/or Computer Science

The Donald Sangster scholarship for Agriculture

The Hugh Shearer scholarship for Engineering

The Edward Seaga scholarship for Economics

The Bruce Golding scholarship for Science.

According to the Prime Minister, the scholarships will be awarded to persons with a strong record of academic achievements, who demonstrate a concern for others, commitment to community and country, strong leadership potential and exemplary character. Scholarships each value between 700,000 JMD to 1.75 million JMD per year for a maximum of three years. These scholarships are opened to the University of Technology, the University of the West Indies and Northern Caribbean University. Application period opens now and is offered nationally.

He also stated that the subject areas were carefully selected to support strategically the national cause as more professionals are needed in the listed areas.Interested candidates are invited to submit their applications online to scholarships@jamaicalabourparty.com or submit hard copies to Jamaica Labour Party Scholarship Committee at 20 Belmont Road, Kingston 5.

Applicants should include in their applications a cover letter briefly introducing yourself, setting out your proposed course of study, inspiration as well as your proposed university. Applications should also include a resume/CV with contact details, academic transcripts from high school/university as well as a personal essay or statement of purpose, in no more than 800 words. Three References are also required, one of which should be from someone who taught you, a copy of birth certificate and two passport size photographs.

Applications will then be examined by the committee and from these, short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview by late August 2019. Dates will be published as soon as applications are reviewed. Scholarship awardees will be announced in late August/early September.

Mr Holness also mentioned that 126 bursaries and one-off grants will be opened to JLP workers’ children and wards. 10 additional bursaries are opened to members of G2K and young Jamaicans. Bursaries are valued at 200, 000 JMD. Greater considerations will be given to first-time university attendees.

Get your applications together now and don't miss this great opportunity now opened to Jamaican

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Jamaican Teen Attacked & Lived To Reveal Her Attacker Before She Died

Murdered Jamaican Teen Tara Kay Moncrieffe in Woodstock, St. Ann

On July 2, 2019, a farmer on his way to his field, found an injured teen, named Tara Kay Moncrieffe in Woodstock, St. Ann. It is reported that this teen was stabbed several times and that her throat was partly slashed. She was then rushed to the hospital. While ongoing treatment, Tara revealed the names of her attackers. It was reported that three men attacked her and left her to die. Somehow, she managed to survive long enough for the farmer to find her.

Two days after being rushed to the hospitals and revealing the names of her attackers, Tara succumbed to her injuries. She was only 18 years old. The St. Ann Police now have three men in custody connected to the stabbing of Tara in the rural community of Woodstock. It is alleged that one of the three suspects had a romantic connection with the now deceased. Commenters on social media stated that this is a “wicked and vile” act and several expressed that it was good that she was able to name her attackers before passing. Many wondered why criminal activities like an attack on Tara continuously happen in Jamaica.

It was just yesterday that the Prime Minister of Jamaica, Andrew Holness announced a State of Emergency (SOE) for the South St. Andrew division, stating that the recorded number of murders that happened this year thus far for South St. Andrew surpassed last year’s recorded number of murders for the corresponding period. This is just one of the several State of Emergencies that have been implemented in a few areas since the beginning of the year. It is undeniable that crime is one of Jamaica’s biggest issues.

The government constantly appeals to the public to assist wherever they can. Persons can call the JDF tip line at 876-837-8888; or the police tip line at 311.

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Japanese Government: No Kim(ono) for Kim Kardashian.

The Japanese government in no simple terms asked Kim Kardashian to reconsider using the name "Kimono" for her shapewear clothing like.

The saga begins 25 Jun 2019 when Kim made the announcement on her Twitter account:

Finally I can share with you guys this project that I have been developing for the last year. I’ve been passionate about this for 15 years. Kimono is my take on shapewear and solutions for women that actually work. Photos by Vanessa Beecroft.

The Tweet quickly drew negative feedbacks with many Japanese telling her not to use the name.

Initially after the backlash, Kim Kardashian tried to ignore the controversy by telling The New York Times she wouldn’t “design or release any garments that would in any way resemble or dishonor the traditional garment.”

“I understand and have deep respect for the significance of the kimono in Japanese culture,” but made no plans to change the name, Kim said.

Among the immediate responses was the Japanese government. They wrote an official response to Kim Kardashian.

In a letter published on the Japanese Today news website, the Mayor of Kyoto wrote:

Ms. Kim Kardashian West

Kimono Intimates, Inc.

I am writing this letter to convey our thoughts on Kimono and ask you to re-consider your decision of using the name Kimono in your trademark.

Kimono is a traditional ethnic dress fostered in our rich nature and history with our predecessors’ tireless endeavours and studies, and it is a culture that has been cherished and passed down with care in our living. Also, it is a fruit of craftsmanship and truly symbolizes sense of beauty, spirits and values of Japanese.

In recent years, we see not only Japanese but also many foreign tourists wearing Kimono and strolling around in Kyoto and cities in Japan. It is a proof that Kimono, that we are proud of as our traditional culture, is loved by people from around the world.

We are currently undertaking initiatives nationally to make “Kimono Culture”, symbol of our culture and spirits, registered to UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage list. We think that the names for “Kimono” are the asset shared with all humanity who love Kimono and its culture therefore they should not be monopolized.

I would like you to visit Kyoto, where many Japanese cultures including Kimono have been cherished, to experience the essence of Kimono Culture and understand our thoughts and our strong wish.

Yours Sincerely,

Daisaku Kadokawa

But official response from the Japanese government was too much and Kim fold under pressure. On July 1st Kim fall to the pressure and legal ramblings by announcing she will rename her shapewear line.

My brands and products are built with inclusivity and diversity at their core and after careful thought and consideration, I will be launching my Solutionwear brand under a new name. I will be in touch soon. Thank you for your understanding and support always.

I am always listening, learning and growing - I so appreciate the passion and varied perspectives that people bring to me. When I announced the name of my shapewear line, I did so with the best intentions in mind.

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From Grim to Glow:Downtown Kingston Up-and-Coming. “Kingston Creative”.

“Kingston Creative” Changing Downtown Kingston into a trendy and artsy community

Kingston Creative Participant

Kingston Jamaica:

Downtown, Kingston is the perfect oxymoron of tranquility and terror. Often you are warned to be mindful of thieves while you explore the streets of Downtown. Some people avoid Downtown altogether due to how crowded and cruel it can be. Yet, to many Jamaicans, even despite the dangers, Downtown has a place in their hearts.

Known for the famous Coronation market where you can purchase a wide variety of fruits, waterfront which holds much Jamaican history and hosts the popular year’s end fireworks and a hub for some of the oldest buildings and businesses, Downtown is a place where you’ll often find Jamaicans. Though it is so busy and holds several key areas, Downtown was much more than it is today. Once known as the diamond in the crown city of Kingston, showcasing all the elements of an upscale and prosperous city.

The older generation of Jamaicans will reveal to you a Downtown, Kingston today’s generation never would believe existed. The slender streets once hosted prosperous businesses, beautiful places for worship, awesome theatres and more. Now today it is like a "duppy" of its former glory.

Many people recognize the great potential of this city. The government already started years ago to pump life into this town. There have been several projects that promote and encourage the development of Downtown. One such effort is called the “Kingston Creative”.

Kingston Creative only began a few months ago but is rapidly becoming a massive movement. Their mission is to make Downtown, Kingston the heart of creative and cultural entrepreneurship. Every month-end, Kingston Creative puts on a themed artwork. On Sunday June 1st, they hosted their art walk themed "Paint the City". There were several activities happening on Market & Harbour streets. Kingston Creative has vibrant events such as steel band, yoga class, dance class to Koffee’s "Toast" and of course, many of the patrons contributed to the mural they painted Harbour streets.

Don’t be surprised if you see every wall of Downtown Kingston made into an artsy masterpiece. You might already notice the change that Kingston Creative has already brought to this city. If you want to join the monthly art walk, check out Kingston Creative on Facebook or visit their website at kingstoncreative.org. It is an event to experience yourself.

What other changes would you like to see in Downtown, Kingston? And what do you think Downtown, Kingston will be like in 10 years?

Kingston Creative Mural

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Does Mitch McConnell knows the 4 U.S. Code § 8. Respect for flag? ‘I’ll Make The First Order’.

The shoes, which featured the American flag designed by Betsy Ross that has 13 stripes and 13 stars to represent the original US colonies.

Nike has reportedly cancelled the release of Air Max 1 trainers created for American Independence Day after their design was allegedly labeled offensive by former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

According to The Independent, the shoes, which featured red, white and blue colouring, bore an early version of the American flag designed by Betsy Ross that has 13 stripes and 13 stars to represent the original US colonies. Concerns over the design were allegedly raised by the sportsman, who fronted Nike’s “Just Do It” 30th anniversary campaign, after he saw images of the design online. According to The Wall Street Journal, Kaepernick told the brand he and others found the flag offensive due to its associations with slavery.

The flag in question was created in 1792, at which time the slave trade was rapidly expanding and lawmakers declared that those born into slavery were slaves for life.

Mitchell McConnell Jr. Kentucky’s senior United States Senator and as Senate Majority Leader.

Mitch McConnell decided to Weigh in on Nike Controversy, saying. ‘I’ll Make The First Order’.

The Senate majority leader is calling on Nike to reverse its decision to pull its Independence-Day themed shoes featuring the “Betsy Ross flag.”

“If we’re in a political environment where the American flag has become controversial to Americans, I think we’ve got a problem,” McConnell told reporters at an event in Lexington, Kentucky, according to the Lexington Herald Leader. “I hope Nike either releases these shoes or some other shoe maker picks up the flag, puts it on a pair of shoes and starts selling it. I’ll make the first order.”

Does Mitch McConnell knows the 4 U.S. Code § 8.Respect for flag?

McConnell objection to the decision to pull the shoes is about respecting the American flag. Nevertheless, this display of the flag on the shoes actually is in contradiction to the flag's code of conduct and respect. 

According to the Cornell Law School, Legal Information Institute, (d) The flag should never be used as wearing apparel, bedding, or drapery. It should never be festooned, drawn back, nor up, in folds, but always allowed to fall free. Bunting of blue, white, and red, always arranged with the blue above, the white in the middle, and the red below, should be used for covering a speaker’s desk, draping the front of the platform, and for decoration in general.

(e) The flag should never be fastened, displayed, used, or stored in such a manner as to permit it to be easily torn, soiled, or damaged in any way.

(i)The flag should never be used for advertising purposes in any manner whatsoever. It should not be embroidered on such articles as cushions or handkerchiefs and the like, printed or otherwise impressed on paper napkins or boxes or anything that is designed for temporary use and discard. Advertising signs should not be fastened to a staff or halyard from which the flag is flown.

Maybe Mitch McConnell should study the code of conduct and respect for the American Flag

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President Trump Makes History Steps Into North Korea’s DMZ

Donald Trump has become the first sitting American president to set foot in North Korea, Demilitarized Zone after meeting Kim Jong-un

North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un and US President Donald Trump walk together into North Korean territory at the DMZ. BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images

US-North Korea: 

According to the BBC, Mr Trump and the North Korean leader posed for handshakes before talking for nearly an hour in the heavily fortified demilitarised zone (DMZ). Both countries agreed to set up teams to resume stalled nuclear talks. Their last summit broke down in February with no progress on denuclearisation in North Korea.

President Trump is said to have arranged the meeting with the North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un on Twitter on Saturday. They shook hands across the demarcation line between the Koreas before Mr Trump briefly crossed into North Korea, a symbolic milestone.

"Good to see you again. I never expected to meet you at this place," Mr Kim told Mr Trump through an interpreter in an encounter broadcast live on international television.

“This has a lot of significance because it means that we want to bring an end to the unpleasant past and try to create a new future, so it’s a very courageous and determined act,” Mr. Kim told reporters.

“Stepping across that line was a great honor,” Mr. Trump replied. “A lot of progress has been made, a lot of friendships have been made and this has been in particular a great friendship.”

The US President had arrived in South Korea earlier June 30th to hold talks with Moon. According to President Trump's Twitter post, his DMZ visit was “long planned”. Nevertheless, the meeting with the North Korean leader had not been announced and was unexpected.

After greeting each other, the two leaders briefly crossed the North Korean border and repeated a handshake there. Surrounded by journalists, the leaders then went to the South Korean side where the two parties held talks. The two leaders spoke highly of their meeting, with the North Korean leader calling it a sign of an "excellent" relationship. The leaders’ meeting reportedly lasted almost an hour, after which Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-in followed Kim Jong-un as he returned back to the North Korean side.

Trump told reporters, that they will go inside and talk for a little bit. He went on to say, “a lot of positive things are happening”. “Tremendous positivity. Really great things are happening. We met and we liked each other from day 1 and that was very important” Trump said as to looked across and pointed his finger toward President Kim.

The feeling seemed mutual as the North Korea’s leader smiled at President Trump. Donald Trump was asked by reporters if he would invite Kim to the White House, which he responded, "I would invite in right now to the White House". He added, “it is a great day for the world”, North Korea/ South Korea, it is a great day.

President Donald Trump supporters, they too were elated with the president visit to the Korea's

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Koffee a do big tings abroad: Collab with Ed Sheeran, Justin Bieber & Chronixx

Reggae Superstar Koffee

19-year-old Reggae superstar, Koffee and Grammy-nominated Reggae singer, Chronixx were recently recruited by British renowned singer, Ed Sheeran and Canadian Pop star, Justin Bieber to remix their popular track "I don’t care". To date, this remix has been doing well on YouTube where commenters express their excitement and adoration for the remix. One fan stated that this remix is "pure fire!".

The remix started off with Chronixx showcasing his vocals then Koffee took it off "like a helicopter" with her verse. At intervals, they harmonised to create this sizzling summer song. Koffee stated of the remix that “ it’s all a bit surreal but amazing at the same time!".

She also added that she sees this remix being beneficial for artists in general as collaborations like this one push Reggae music globally.

This is just the beginning of a great summer for the teen Reggae sensation. She is currently on her first European tour where she is visiting over five countries in Europe. In July, she’ll make her USA television debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live!. She’s also writing songs for Rihanna’s new album.

Koffee’s prosperity just keeps growing and this is no surprise as she is indeed talented. Before Koffee became the success, she is today, she dreamt of being a musician. She started off singing in her choir at church and taught herself to play the guitar at only 12 years old. Popular Reggae star, Proteje, is one of her inspirations. She started writing lyrics inspired by him at this age.

She later won the talent show at her school which was actually an informal audition. Since, Koffee has been studying and practising music. In 2017, she became popular when she released a video on Instagram. She did an acoustic tribute to the legendary Usain Bolt, world’s fastest man. She titled this “Legend” which is her very first single. Usain reposted it and it became a hit. Since that viral video, Koffee’s career lifted off and kept flying high.

She was recently listed on Apple music as one of the breakthrough artists this year. This remix follows Koffee’s debut EP, Rapture, which is loved locally and internationally. Her most popular song "Toast" was featured in Jordan Peele’s film "US".  This is one of the many doors her song, “Toast” opened for Koffee. There is also a viral choreographed dance video of this song.

Chronixx has been busy with music and tours. He is today one of Reggae’s most critically-acclaimed artists. Today he is headlining at the Pulse Jam Fest at Sheraton Gardens in Kampala. He is also celebrating 5 years anniversary of his hot project "Dread & Terrible". A deluxe edition of this project was released on June 28th, 2019. This re-release includes 11 of his now-certified classics such as Capture Land, Spirulina and Here Comes Trouble.

Koffee and Chronixx are two artists who represent Reggae well locally and internationally. They will never stop promoting Jamaica's beloved music. Whether or not you're fans of their styles, one cannot help but respect their hard work and commitment to Reggae music.

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