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Published:Monday | August 1, 2022 | 12:09 AM
 We snapped Chairman of the Festival Song Committee Orville Hill at the venue.
We snapped Chairman of the Festival Song Committee Orville Hill at the venue.
We loved how public relations coordinator Kristen Laing patriotically accessorised her look.
We loved how public relations coordinator Kristen Laing patriotically accessorised her look.
Sacaj, winner of the Jamaica 60 Festival Song Competition with ‘Nuh Weh Nice Like Yard’, naturally donned black, green and gold for the night of her win.
Sacaj, winner of the Jamaica 60 Festival Song Competition with ‘Nuh Weh Nice Like Yard’, naturally donned black, green and gold for the night of her win.
Backing vocalist Nikki Burt-Bolt was resplendent in this green number.
Backing vocalist Nikki Burt-Bolt was resplendent in this green number.
Backing vocalist Adena Myrie, a former finalist in the ‘Digicel ‘Rising Stars’ contest and sister of Mark ‘Buju Banton’ Myrie, was all smiles while posing for our lens.
Backing vocalist Adena Myrie, a former finalist in the ‘Digicel ‘Rising Stars’ contest and sister of Mark ‘Buju Banton’ Myrie, was all smiles while posing for our lens.
Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange sported an african-inspired tunic that she complemented with beaded jewellery and Dolce and Gabbana shoes for the occasion.
Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange sported an african-inspired tunic that she complemented with beaded jewellery and Dolce and Gabbana shoes for the occasion.
Stacious, reggae-dancehall artiste and winner of the 2021 Festival Song Competition, was in the house to see who would be the new winner.
Stacious, reggae-dancehall artiste and winner of the 2021 Festival Song Competition, was in the house to see who would be the new winner.
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‘Nuh Weh Nice Like Yard’ as celebrations for Jamaica’s diamond jubilee kick into high gear. Last Thursday, a sweet new entry was made to the local pantheon of Festival songs. Sacaj, the Festival Song Competition’s only female finalist, took top honours inside the National Indoor Sports Centre to the delight of the black, green and gold-clad audience who heralded the contest’s fifth female winner. Something Extra bring the stylish, patriotic highlights.