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Profit Revelation Wins at St. Catherine Primary

Spanish Town-based deejay Profit Revelation gave a stellar Performance at St. Catherine Primary school on Jamaica Day, which the school celebrated in February.

Cladded in true Jamaican colours of green, gold and black, the deejay came on with a winning note as students cheered throughout his first entry, ‘Crime and Violence’.

The message resonated well with teachers who supported his call to stop the crime and violence affecting, especially, children and the elderly.

He then showed his creativity with Technology Time when he brought on stage two lap tops-one for his rastafarian partner.

“I am feeling good today because my performance satisfied the gathering. We need to educate our children of changes and how these will affect their lives.

“I wanted to leave a strong message because education is important to everyone”

Canadian recording artiste Janelle, continues to generate that warmth from students who have made a hit on social media.

She delivered Moods with so much energy which was felt even on the nearby streets.

Sosuh Bones represented Kyoni Records well with ‘Living It Up’, while Kryme Rate stood out with an acapella performance of ‘Too Much Killing’.

The concert was organized by Dr. Garth McDonald, founder of the Fully Bright Foundation.

The Senior Medical Officer (SMO) at Victoria Jubilee Hospital, presented Fully Bright certificates to over ten students.

Supa Pea

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