Posted by Dresonic on May 11, 2008
Ghetto Soldier is Versatyle’s newest creation. The Album features hit singles such as “Crazy feat Price & Jiggy”- “African Princess” – “High Grade” – “Ghetto Soldaz” – “I Miss You feat. Japanese sensation RuRu” and many more. The Album has twenty tracks. Get it while you can freely Via bittorent. Versatyle is making his CD exclusively available to Dresonic.wordpress.com so sonic readers grab it. Dresonic is working on a direct download but still no success with that yet.
Dresonic hopes to get an exclusive interview with Versatyle we will have that up as soon as possible for the sonic readers. Give some feed back…
How To Get It: Follow link and download the torrent file (Versatyle Ghetto_Soldier_Album + Bonus Photos) and then use your favorite bittorent client Utorrent ( get it at Utorrent.com) and then you are down.
About Versatyle : Verastyle is a new upcoming Independent Jamaican Artiste making his way throught the music with his unique flavor appealing to many different people across the world. His Versatility is shown in his songs. This CD was totally written by Versatyle base on his life’s experiences.
Contact Versatyle : myspace.com/therealversatyle
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Posted by Dresonic on June 28, 2007
A football academy to benefit underprivileged children on the north coast should become operational by January 2008, following Tuesday’s signing of a declaration of intent between the Spanish-Jamaica Foundation and representatives of Spanish champions Real Madrid at the Rose Hall Complex.
According to Jesus Silva, Spain’s Ambassador to Jamaica who is also president of the Spanish-Jamaica Foundation – formed by the Spanish groups currently investing in Jamaica – the first phase of the proposed academy, which is being modelled on the Real Madrid Foundation’s Schools for Social Integration, is estimated to cost US$500,000.
“There is no problem of financial support for this project. I mean, the Spanish companies represented on the board have expressed a commitment to do it and they are willing and ready to finance it,” Silva said at a press conference at the Spanish Embassy offices at the Courtleigh Corporate Centre in New Kingston yesterday.
He said that figure for the first phase of the project, which includes two pitches, classrooms, changing rooms, offices and parking facilities, could be increased if needed.
“It could be less, could be more and of course, if we have other partners that want to join it… the figure might be even higher, because the more partners we have the bigger we can go and the better we can do the installations,” Silva said, adding that his organisation has tentatively budgeted US$100,000 to run the project for the first year. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Dresonic on February 6, 2007
The Jamaica Youth Theatre won three major production awards along with four individual acting awards at the recently concluded seventh Caribbean Schools’ Drama Festival held in Castries, St Lucia during January 28-February 3.
For the presentation of Sylvia Wynter’s classic Jamaica play Maskarade, the Jamaica Youth Theatre received awards for outstanding costumes and make-up, outstanding lighting and sound effects, and outstanding set design. Director Fabian Thomas also won the award for outstanding directing.
While in St Lucia, the Jamaican contingent also performed for students at St Joseph’s Convent and St Mary’s College in Castries. The group also participated in a Caribbean Cultural Extravaganza where they performed Jamaican poetry and songs.
|Outstanding actor Brian Johnson (left) leads the cast of Maskarade in the final number at the recent Caribbean Schools Drama Festival in St Lucia.
Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Dominica, St Lucia, Guyana, Trinidad and Tobago participated along with Jamaica this year. The 2007 Festival was organised by the St Lucia Cultural Development Foundation. The trip to St Lucia was made possible by the CHASE Fund.
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