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Singh Zima (centre) is flanked by Crystal Harvey (left) and Arielle Hamilton.
Singh Zima (centre) is flanked by Crystal Harvey (left) and Arielle Hamilton.
From left: Roberto Ramirez Laverde, senior vice-president of marketing and communications, LAC, MasterCard; Andrew Burke, vice-president, innovation, assurance and projects, Sagicor Group Jamaica; Nicole Campbell-Robinson, head of marketing, English Caribb
From left: Roberto Ramirez Laverde, senior vice-president of marketing and communications, LAC, MasterCard; Andrew Burke, vice-president, innovation, assurance and projects, Sagicor Group Jamaica; Nicole Campbell-Robinson, head of marketing, English Caribbean, MasterCard; and Fernando Torres, head of marketing, Caribbean division, MasterCard, catch up inside the financial service brand’s Reggae Sumfest booth.
President of Solid Agency Booking Sharon Burke gets a warm greeting from Stephen Price, general manager and vice-president of FLOW.
President of Solid Agency Booking Sharon Burke gets a warm greeting from Stephen Price, general manager and vice-president of FLOW.
Actress and comedienne Juliet ‘Julie Mango’ Bodley is sandwiched by Grace Foods representatives Andrew Anguin, senior marketing manager, and Kimberly Lue Lim, global category manager.
Actress and comedienne Juliet ‘Julie Mango’ Bodley is sandwiched by Grace Foods representatives Andrew Anguin, senior marketing manager, and Kimberly Lue Lim, global category manager.
From left: ‘Top Boy’ star Michael Ward, Red Stripe Trade Marketing Manager Anjelica Holmes, and entertainer and legendary cricketer, Chris Gayle, share lens time in the Red Stripe Vibes Lounge on night one of Reggae Sumfest.
From left: ‘Top Boy’ star Michael Ward, Red Stripe Trade Marketing Manager Anjelica Holmes, and entertainer and legendary cricketer, Chris Gayle, share lens time in the Red Stripe Vibes Lounge on night one of Reggae Sumfest.
Jose Romero (left), commercial manager at Pepsi-Cola Jamaica, poses for a photo with Daryl Vaz, minister of science, energy and technology, and his daughter, Victoria Vaz, at the Pepsi booth.
Jose Romero (left), commercial manager at Pepsi-Cola Jamaica, poses for a photo with Daryl Vaz, minister of science, energy and technology, and his daughter, Victoria Vaz, at the Pepsi booth.
Frrom left: Desi Lian, Michelle Lambert and Sasha Ackbersingh got all dressed up for a night of dancehall’s finest performers.
Frrom left: Desi Lian, Michelle Lambert and Sasha Ackbersingh got all dressed up for a night of dancehall’s finest performers.
Naseema Mohammed was playful in florals and ankle boots.
Naseema Mohammed was playful in florals and ankle boots.
We spotted TV and radio personality Talia Soares, who was one of four hosts of Sumfest Live, by the Grace Food Court.
We spotted TV and radio personality Talia Soares, who was one of four hosts of Sumfest Live, by the Grace Food Court.
Digital influencer Tanaania and attorney-turned-content creator Rushane ‘RushCam’ Campbell brought out their boldest looks for night one of Reggae Sumfest.
Digital influencer Tanaania and attorney-turned-content creator Rushane ‘RushCam’ Campbell brought out their boldest looks for night one of Reggae Sumfest.
Even after his energetic set on stage, dancehall artiste Laa Lee was still dancing up a storm at the Pepsi booth on night one of Reggae Sumfest last Saturday.
Even after his energetic set on stage, dancehall artiste Laa Lee was still dancing up a storm at the Pepsi booth on night one of Reggae Sumfest last Saturday.
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Reggae Sumfest returned with a bang last week, evidenced by the thousands who shuttled into the Catherine Hall Entertainment Centre in Montego Bay last Friday for the first night of the music festival. Although not titled ‘Dancehall Night’, night one could not escape the moniker, with the likes of Aidonia, Masicka, Ding Dong, Skeng, Ishawna, Shenseea and Queen of Dancehall Spice, bringing out big names off the stage and inspiring mainly the women who outnumbered the men, to take their fashion to higher levels. Something Extra brings the highlights.