Recordsdata Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Jan. 18, 2021: Just among the Caribbean’s high musicians gathered on Sunday night to rejoice the first sunless and female, Caribbean-American US vice-president – Kamala Harris, at the Global Caribbean Inauguration occasion conceptualized by Felicia J. Persaud, head of Invest Caribbean, the global deepest sector, investment company of the Caribbean, and the Caribbean American Circulate Community, (CAAN), a collective of Caribbean American and Caribbean organizations under the theme: “Celebrating #CaribbeanAmericanKamala.”
Performers included Jamaican-born dancehall superstar, Flourgon; Grammy-nominated Jamaican maestro, Dr. Monty Alexander; Jamaican reggae superstar Papa Michigan of Michigan & Smiley reputation; Barbados soca king Edwin Yearwood; Jamaican reggae superstar Nadine Sutherland; Jamaica’s FAB Five Band; Jamaican gospel singer Joan Meyers; Antigua & Barbuda’s Soca diva Claudette Peters of Antigua; 9-One year-typical rising superstar, Tykairi Sargeant also of Barbados. Others on the bill consist of unbiased Jamaican artiste Janine Jkuhl of ‘Sway’ reputation; Owen Dalhouse who currently launched ‘Heal the Soul of The United States;’ Guyanese Menes De Griot and Shanto alongside with St. Vincent and the Grenadines Frankie McIntosh, Maxie Gouveia, Sundiata King and Rashid Thorne.
The superstar-studded Caribbean tournament used to be dwell streamed by One Caribbean Tv on its Facebook and might perhaps maybe additionally be viewed right here.
Jamaican-born dancehall superstar, Flourgon who conducted a rather lots of re-create of his hit ‘We Bustle Things,’ by adopting it to “Kamala Bustle Thing.”
Reggae superstar Nadine Sutherland also delivered a rather lots of tribute in song to Harris alongside with her remake of ‘Circulate,’ whereas Papa Michigan delivered his unique single, ‘Reggae In The White Home.’
Barbados’ possess Soca King, Edwin Yearwood of ‘All Aboard’ reputation, delivered the inspirational ‘I Am,’ whereas Owen Dalhouse and his band conducted their unique single ‘Heal the Soul of The United States.’
Grammy-nominated Jamaican maestro, Dr. Monty Alexander conducted a tribute to Harris with Bob Marley’s ‘No Woman No Converse,’ whereas Jamaica’s Fab Five Band added to the tribute with their infamous ‘Jamaican Woman.’
Nine-One year-typical rising superstar Tykairi Sargeant, of Barbados, delivered a disguise of Celine’s Dion ‘The Energy of the Dream,’ whereas Jamaica’s Janine Jkuhl used to be interesting on guitar with a rather lots of song entitled ‘Dreamer.’
Guyanese master drummer and spiritualist Menes De Griot opened the report with a libation to Harris and ended with a rhythmic drum tribute with his Shanto drummers as St. Vincent and the Grenadines Frankie McIntosh as successfully as Maxie Gouveia; Sundiata King and Rashid Thorne added some jazz to the evening with a ‘Tribute To Len ‘Boogsie’ Sharpe.’
Antigua & Barbuda’s soca superstar Claudette Peters boosted the energy with a challenging efficiency of ‘One thing Got A Defend On Me,’ as Jamaican gospel singer Joan Meyers of ‘Can’t Even Stroll’ reputation, brought the curtains down on the report with the renowned, ‘One Fancy’ disguise, also from Marley, and a gospel favorite, ‘Destiny.’
The major Shadowy Bond Lady, Trina Parks and Barbados soca superstar and deejay, Kirk Brown, added to the evening’s occasion.
Presenters included: Group Jamaica Bickle, Coalition For The Preservation Of Reggae Track, Global Village E-book Publishing, LLC, Esther Austin Global, One Caribbean Tv, Recordsdata Americas Recordsdata Community, CaribPR Wire and Laborious Beat Communications.