UNIVERSITY of Technology (UTech), Jamaica student Rayvon Stewart is on top of the world this morning after his invention “XERMOSOL” was yesterday named by Commonwealth Secretary General Baroness Patricia Scotland as a possible key weapon in the fight to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
As they say, the show must go on! While the world as we know it has been impacted by novel coronavirus (COVID-19) , people world wide have turned to music and movies to entertain themselves while on either mandatory or self-imposed quarantine. Netflix and music streaming is at an all time high. After all, in times of turmoil, escaping through the arts has been a means since the beginnings of times.
Prime Minister Andrew Holness has revealed that one of the 30 people in Jamaica tested positive for the coronavirus may have been infected by recent travellers who knew they were carrying the virus but neglected to self isolate.
From the terrestrial airwaves to the dancefloor, social media, TV ads and late night television, it is self-evident that dancehall and reggae music have become an ever-growing presence in all mainstream areas. The latter fueled by such tracks as "OVER AGAIN" featuring multi-GRAMMY winner Ne-Yo and Diamond Certified artist Charly Black.
Once upon a time, electric vehicle billionaire Elon Musk was seen as a man who knew little about cars, his mother, dietician and former supermodel Maye Musk, revealed in a rare photo of her son from over two decades ago.
Born Mikayla Simpson on February 16, 2000, Koffee’s mission is to preserve Jamaica’s roots and culture in music and to empower the youth of her generation through her musical journey across the world. “I want to make a better world for the generation that's coming up, to promote love and peace, and even though I’m young, I feel that the Creator has blessed me with talent and wisdom to get the job done”. – Koffee.