Thursday, March 18, 2021
DANCEHALL deejay Bounty Killer, through his Bounty Killer Foundation, donated 40 tablet computers to his alma mater Seaview Gardens Primary School in Kingston last Thursday. The gift, part of the entertainer's Each One, Teach One initiative, is to assist students with online classes due to the postponment of face-to-face classes caused by the novel coronavirus pandemic. “It's 40 tablets for the kids. It's all on the behalf from a great friend of mine... She wanted me to select a school and the first school which came to my mind is the Seaview Gardens Primary School,” Bounty Killer, 48, told the Jamaica Observer.
The name Isat Buchanan is getting more and more attention within and outside of legal circles, as the young attorney takes huge strides up the professional ladder.
ANDREA Davis, local music industry insider and former manager of veteran reggae artiste Toots Hibbert, is echoing the sentiment of a number of Jamaicans that the late singer's latest Grammy win is bittersweet. Hibbert, who died in September last year, won the Grammy for Best Reggae Album on Sunday for his project Got To Be Tough. This was his second Grammy win; he took home the trophy in 2005 for True Love, and in 2013 he was nominated for Reggae Got Soul.