Information Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Jan. 18, 2021: A number of the Caribbean’s high musicians gathered on Sunday evening to have fun the primary black and feminine, Caribbean-American US vice-president – Kamala Harris, on the International Caribbean Inauguration celebration conceptualized by Felicia J. Persaud, head of Invest Caribbean, the worldwide non-public sector, funding company of the Caribbean, and the Caribbean American Motion Community, (CAAN), a collective of Caribbean American and Caribbean organizations beneath the theme: “Celebrating #CaribbeanAmericanKamala.”
Performers included Jamaican-born dancehall star, Flourgon; Grammy-nominated Jamaican maestro, Dr. Monty Alexander; Jamaican reggae star Papa Michigan of Michigan & Smiley fame; Barbados soca king Edwin Yearwood; Jamaican reggae star Nadine Sutherland; Jamaica’s FAB 5 Band; Jamaican gospel singer Joan Meyers; Antigua & Barbuda’s Soca diva Claudette Peters of Antigua; 9-year-old rising star, Tykairi Sargeant additionally of Barbados. Others on the invoice embody impartial Jamaican artiste Janine Jkuhl of ‘Sway’ fame; Owen Dalhouse who lately launched ‘Heal the Soul of America;’ Guyanese Menes De Griot and Shanto together with St. Vincent and the Grenadines Frankie McIntosh, Maxie Gouveia, Sundiata King and Rashid Thorne.
The star-studded Caribbean occasion was reside streamed by One Caribbean Tv on its Fb and may be seen here.
Jamaican-born dancehall star, Flourgon who carried out a particular re-make of his hit ‘We Run Issues,’ by adopting it to “Kamala Run Factor.”
Reggae star Nadine Sutherland additionally delivered a particular tribute in track to Harris along with her remake of ‘Motion,’ whereas Papa Michigan delivered his new single, ‘Reggae In The White Home.’
Barbados’ personal Soca King, Edwin Yearwood of ‘All Aboard’ fame, delivered the inspirational ‘I Am,’ whereas Owen Dalhouse and his band carried out their new single ‘Heal the Soul of America.’
Grammy-nominated Jamaican maestro, Dr. Monty Alexander carried out a tribute to Harris with Bob Marley’s ‘No Lady No Cry,’ whereas Jamaica’s Fab 5 Band added to the tribute with their famed ‘Jamaican Lady.’
9-year-old rising star Tykairi Sargeant, of Barbados, delivered a canopy of Celine’s Dion ‘The Energy of the Dream,’ whereas Jamaica’s Janine Jkuhl was inspiring on guitar with a particular track entitled ‘Dreamer.’
Guyanese grasp drummer and spiritualist Menes De Griot opened the present with a libation to Harris and ended with a rhythmic drum tribute along with his Shanto drummers as St. Vincent and the Grenadines Frankie McIntosh in addition to Maxie Gouveia; Sundiata King and Rashid Thorne added some jazz to the night with a ‘Tribute To Len ‘Boogsie’ Sharpe.’
Antigua & Barbuda’s soca star Claudette Peters boosted the vitality with a titillating efficiency of ‘One thing Acquired A Maintain On Me,’ as Jamaican gospel singer Joan Meyers of ‘Can’t Even Stroll’ fame, introduced the curtains down on the present with the well-known, ‘One Love’ cowl, additionally from Marley, and a gospel authentic, ‘Future.’
The primary Black Bond Woman, Trina Parks and Barbados soca star and deejay, Kirk Brown, added to the night’s celebration.
Presenters included: Workforce Jamaica Bickle, Coalition For The Preservation Of Reggae Music, International Village Guide Publishing, LLC, Esther Austin International, One Caribbean Tv, Information Americas Information Community, CaribPR Wire and Arduous Beat Communications.