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Published:Tuesday | February 18, 2020 | 12:10 AM
Musician Immanuel ‘Ras I’ Kerr (left) and multimedia artist Maya Wilkinson get their heavens right before returning inside The Courtleigh Auditorium for discussions on the music indsutry hosted by the Jamaica Music Conference.
Veteran dancehall deejay Beenie Man holds on tight to his arm candy, ‘wife’, Krystal Tomlinson, one of the Jamaica Music Conference’s moderators.
Miss Jamaica Festival Queen 2018, Ackeria Gowie, is ready to explore the business of business with recording artiste Adiel ‘Diel’ Thomas.
Entertainment lawyer Candice Stephenson (left) gets up close and personal with panellist Noel Cymone Walker, a journalist from Essence Magazine, during the mid-afternoon break of the Jamaica Music Conference last Saturday, February 15.
Veteran dancehall deejay Beenie Man holds on tight to his arm candy, wife, Krystal Tomlinson, one of the Jamaica Music Conference’s moderators.
Multi-instrumentalist Jamila Falak shows that she is serious about the business of industry, as she steps in fine militant style for day three of the Jamaica Music Conference.
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The Courtleigh Auditorium was live with entertainment on Saturday as music executives, artistes –  newcomers and veterans – along with  local and overseas media gathered to discuss matters of interest to the industry.

Among the topics for the third day of the Jamaica Music Conference were Media Matters, The Evolution of the Reggae Mecca, and Making Money from Music Publishing.

It was described by many as a much-needed reasoning for the industry by the industry. And although individuals were there to be educated on the business of music, they made sure to represent in fine style. See a few of the  individuals.