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Michelle Downer stage name, D’Angel reigns from Spanish Town in St. Catherine, Jamaica. She wears many hats as an entrepreneur, mother, model and entertainer. She started out as a model in the early 90s and landed several fashion spreads locally and internationally. In 2004 she released her first single ‘Hottie Girls’ produced by Kevin Blake but it was not until 2005 that she turned heads with the hit single ‘Downtown Girl’ under the Champagne International Records label.

‘Downtown Girl’ hit number one on several local charts and solidified D’Angel as a promising entertainer. In 2006, D’Angel created a buzz in dancehall with her marriage and music partnership with the King of the Dancehall Beenie Man. The two released songs such as ‘Time of My Life’ and ‘One Man Mi Got’.

To add further buzz, D’Angel collaborated with the controversial Vybz Kartel to release ‘Baby Father’. This song propelled D’Angel’s career further and added to her list of hit tracks. In mid 2007 despite a very public divorce D’Angel released ‘Blaze’ on the ‘Up and Live Riddim’ produced by Arif Cooper for Fresh Ear Productions. The video and single dominated local charts. This encouraged D’Angel to release more music leading with singles such as  ‘Caan Stall’ also featuring Vybz Kartel, ‘Lucky Charm’, ‘Whisper’, ‘Good Day’, ‘High Intensity’, ‘Hustling Ladies’, ‘Real Gangsta’, ‘Talk is Cheap’, ‘Don’t Hate’, ‘Naw Go Nuh Weh’ and the mega hit single ‘Stronger’, which went number one on all major charts in Jamaica and was steady as one of the top five songs on the New York and Florida Top 30 Singles Charts.

With several hit singles D’Angel added many accolades to her portfolio in latter part of 2008 including receiving a Business Management scholarship from Caribbean Institute of Business; The STAR Featured Artiste for May 2008; the recipient of the Digicel’s People’s Choice Award at the Style Observer Awards 2008; a guest appearance on Jamaica’s most watched soap opera: Royal Palm Estate; becoming the spokeswoman for Wray and Nephew’s product G-Force; motivational speaker at various Schools across Jamaica; a collaboration with international hip-hop artistes DJ Unk and Sean Kingston; and awarded Stone Love’s Female Deejay of 2008.

It didn’t end there for D’Angel she secured multiple nominations at the Youth View Awards in Jamaica; the proud recipient of the Singjay of the 2008 at the 2009 EME’s Awards; a performer and presenter and was nominated for Best Female Deejay at the 28th IRAWMA Awards in New York. These accolades landed her endorsements with Coco-Cola, Coke-Zero, Mega Mart, Digicel Jamaica, and a spokesperson for Access Financial

In 2015 she launched her acting career landing a role alongside renowned actor Paul Campbell in the new thriller ‘Jamaican Mafia’ and soon after smaller roles in ‘The Ity and Fany Cat Show’ comedy series in Jamaica. In 2017 she continued to expel as she was honoured at the fifth staging of the Image Entertainment Distinction (IED) Awards held in New York for ‘Female Artist of the Year’. The honour was given to her for her contribution towards empowering women across the world.

D’Angel has since released singles such as ‘Badmind Buk’, ‘Whipped’, ‘Can’t Love you Like Me’ featuring GWhizz, ‘Ramp Ruff’, and ‘No Worries’ featuring Spice to name a few. ‘No Worries’ gained increased publicity and lead to a demand for the artiste locally and internationally. The single also hit US Reggae iTunes Charts and was the number two trending video on YouTube for the period of 2 weeks.

D’Angel has no intention to slow down and is optimistic that she will continue to create waves in music and fashion.

Connect with her: | Instagram @dangelmusic | Twitter @dangelmusic1 | YouTube @dangelmusic | Soundcloud @dangelmusic

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Reggae recording artiste Hezron is known for creating hits that resonate with his Caribbean people. Born and raised in Moy Hall District, St. James, Jamaica, Hezron developed his talent being a member of his church choir. With the help of his family he continued to pursue music as a potential career path. In 1996 he migrated to the United States where he was trained vocally and grew an interest in R&B music.

In 2007 Hezron returned to Jamaican and was reminded of his love for reggae music. Early in his career he released ‘So In Love’ which was a part of Tad’s Records’ Singers Compilation CD titled ‘Hit List’ and on VP Records’ ‘Strictly the Best Volume 41’. Additionally, the single created a massive impact in South Florida and New York topping several reggae charts. In Jamaica, Hezron found himself on popular music charts climbing the ladder week after week.

Over the last 10 years he has performed on several prestigious shows in Jamaica inclusive of ‘St. Mary Mi Come From’ (2009), ‘Reggae Sumfest’ (2009, 2010, 2011), ‘GT Taylor Christmas Extravaganza’ (2014), ‘Rebel Salute’ (2009, 2014), ‘Miss Jamaica World’ (2009), and ‘STING’ (2012). He has also performed on ‘Hennessy Artistry’ in Barbados (2010), and alongside Sean Paul and Wyclef in Miami (2003).

Between 2011 to 2015 Hezron released over 50 marketable singles. Some honourable mentions include ‘We Shall Find A Way’ (2010) produced by Bobby Digital during a very trivial time when violence plagued Kingston and a State of Emergency was declared; ‘Two Places’ featuring Shaggy produced by Danny Champagne and ‘Can’t Come Between’ produced by Notice Production. ‘Can’t Come Between’ received overwhelming support landing at number one on several local and international charts including DaFlava Reggae Chart from Canada.

Between 2016 to 2017 Hezron also created waves making bold statements with his music. He released the single ‘Mobay’ produced by Addis Records Production from Europe. The single speaks to several concerns of Montego Bay residents and sought to encourage positive living among them. Hezron performed this single on several shows in and around Montego Bay and has received great feedback from residents and law enforcement authorities. He also released the video for his single ‘Taxi Driver’ produced by Stone Love Production. This single like many of his singles is creating waves locally and internationally. The video was shot by American director Frank Blenman in Montego Bay, Jamaica.

Hezron is presently gearing up to tour. Outside of the Caribbean he has a growing fan base in the United States, the United Kingdom and Africa. He is also working on being more aggressive in his international promotions and is aiming to break barriers with his music on the Billboard charts.

Connect with him: | Twitter @iamhezron | Instagram @hezronclarke

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Kemarly ‘Kahsion’ Thomas

As early as 12 years old Kemarly Thomas stage name Kahsion began his journey into music. The entertainer who moved around a lot in his earlier days resided in St. Catherine, Kingston and Manchester, Jamaica. He was influenced by this uncle who owned and operated a sound system called ‘Solid Stone’ where his brothers practiced the craft of mixing. Kahsion on the other hand had a great love for performing for his classmates, members of his neighbourhood, family and friends.

Inspired by the likes of rapper Lil Wayne and the soothing sounds of the legendary Bob Marley, Kahsion penned new music and practice at home. He was soon encouraged by friends and family to enter popular Jamaican Talent Show ‘On the Verge’ where he placed 5th. With the boost from the competition, he released his first official single ‘Choppa’ produced by Magic Touch. The single was well received and his journey into music began.

In 2017 he worked actively with the producer, Magic Touch to release singles such as ‘Hi Like Hi’, ‘Enemies’, and ‘Speed Dial’ to name a few, all of which helped to establish him as an entertainer. Now garnering a local fan base Kahsion moved towards signing with St. Thomas based label, Flydie Wise Production where Manager Garthfield Whyte helped to propel his career. In 2018 he released the single and video for ‘Miss Rich’ produced by Brave Money Records. The single was a hit and received media support locally and internationally.

Performing now on over 50 Jamaican shows, Kahsion is being requested for shows in other Caribbean islands, the United Kingdom and Africa. It is in his intention to make a name for himself as one of dancehall’s heavyweights. Showing interest in dancehall and reggae, Kahsion wants to be remembered for his ‘lyrical prowess’ and ‘charismatic style’.






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All-rounded, highly motivated, and truly grounded are just a few words to describe Renee Reid more popularly known as Rre. This sultry artist has grown to appreciate R&B, Souls and Pop music from her musical icon, Beyonce. Born and raised in Kingston, Jamaica, Rre was exposed to music at a tender age through her love for dance. She has performed on several major stages to dance routines with Ballet, Modern to African, Dancehall and Pop music. Rre has also cemented herself as a principal dancer for the popularly known Dance Theatre Xaymaca (DTX) based in Jamaica and now as a recording artist.

Balancing her job as the Corporate Account Manager for a major Telecommunications Company in Kingston, Jamaica with music has never been an easy job for Rre but she is determined to make a name for herself in the Music Industry. In many ways it is evident that Rre encounters and exhibits the traits of determination and drive, to accomplish her dreams. Her music and fashion sense is one of class and sex appeal tastefully molded together. Her business persona has also aided her to fully develop her brand ‘Regal Recit’ which comprises of several fashion merchandize along with her music.

Rre has made her mark by touring the United States, Suriname, Cuba, French Guyana, Bahamas and Trinidad and Tobago, to name a few. In 2016 she performed in Jamaica at Reggae Sumfest International Night II (Digicel Stage), SunCity Radio College Tour, Youth View Awards, and GT Taylor Extravaganza. She also performed at Hennessey Artistry held in Bahamas and Amazura Night Club in New York. In 2017 she performed on Zip FM High School Tour and Clarendon Seafood Festival while on the international scene she performed on New York Memorial Weekend Parade, and MVP Fest in Miami to name a few.

Her musical journey also included collaborations with the reggae dancehall sensation Sizzla Kolanji; Bay C of T.O.K.; upcoming artists Torch and Javada; Qraig from the dancehall duo Voicemail and international recording artist Mavado and Stonebwoy. These collaborative efforts came through her affiliations with some of Jamaica’s top producers such as Anju Blaxx of UIM Records; Jam2 Records; Comar Campbell of Frankie Music; Timothy Kahwa of Quikkeys Productions; Dre  Day Productions; Christopher Birch and Kirk Shines of All Faces Entertainment to name a few.

In 2017 Rre ventured into cosmetics releasing her premium lash line called ‘Rre-Ality’.

Rre is the replica of success, pride and drive as she actively works on building all her brands.

Connect with her: | Twitter @RreOfficial | Instagram @RreOfficial

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