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Something Extra | Thursday

Published:Thursday | April 30, 2020 | 12:00 AM
Naomi Cowan is pleased to be a part of a series that delivers an unforgettable musical experience live-streamed by tens of thousands of music lovers.
The grand finale, featuring the ‘Grammy Kid’ Koffee (centre), Wayne Marshall, and Naomi Cowan completed the cycle, taking the series back to reggae and leaving fans thoroughly entertained and full of anticipation for what Digicel will offer next.
Always looking to exceed expectations, Digicel Unplugged went on to almost break the Internet in its third week by enlisting dancehall legends Beenie Man (right) and Bounty Killer for a special concert to celebrate the company’s 19th anniversary.
He has the power to deliver in any situation! Bounty Killer thrilling the online masses with hit after hit.
Chief Marketing Officer for Digicel Jamaica, Nasha-Monique Douglas, noted that the Digicel Unplugged series was beyond successful in accomplishing its goal of bringing people together while they remain socially distant.
The musical doctor, Beenie Man, providing the proper fix to all his fans online.

Facebook, Instagram and Twitter were virtually set ablaze last Sunday when Koffee, Wayne Marshall, and Naomi Cowan took to the stage for the final instalment of Jamaica’s most viewed online entertainment event — the D’Music-powered ‘Digicel Unplugged’ concert series.