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If Everybody In The World Dropped Out Of School We
Would Have A Much More Intelligent Society.
Never bring old problems into a new relationship.
When the cameras stop rolling, it doesn't mean real life
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advised artiste are requesting all future hating be done
via upgraded phones. Mgt.
Lets Be respectful to our elders. They will probably
forget more than we'll ever know.
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R Kelly and Ne-Yo will headline an international concert on November 2 at
the Hasely Crawford stadium.
Soul Train nominees Machel Montano and Bunji Garlin with his wife Fay Ann
and Asylum Band will also perform.
Called the Red Light T&T Concert Series, the show is being staged by Parsons
Creative, Pollen Nation Trinidad and P2 Productions. Parsons is owned by Cana-
dian music exec Chase Parsons, Pollen Nation is run by Collin Abraham and his
wife Kelly, and P2 is an events management company run by Parsons and Abra-
This concert will mark R. Kelly's first performance in Trinidad and Tobago. The
five-time Grammy award winner is known for his Trapped in the Closet hip hopera
and hits such as I Believe I Could Fly, Ignition, If I Could Turn Back the Hands of
Time, Bump n Grind, Your Body's Calling and Gotham City.
Singer/Songwriter Ne-Yo, famous for writing songs such as Irreplaceable for Be-
yonce, is a Grammy-award winning singer known for hits such as Sexy Love, Be-
cause of You, Miss Independent and Mad.
Tickets for the Red Light Concert Series range in price from $400 to over $1700
for the exclusive Red Light Lounge.
For more information visit www.redlightconcertseries.com
PRECISION SAYS THANKS
Precision Productions is basking in the glow of Machel
Montano's recent Soul Train nomination for Best Interna-
tional Act for his hit song The F.O.G.
Precision, run by Nikholai Greene and Kasey Phillips,
worked with Montano on the song, which was written by
FullBlown Entertainment. When the nominations were re-
vealed on Tuesday, the Precision team took to Facebook to
thank all their fans.
"It is with over-
whelming joy the Pre-
announces that "The
F.O.G." has been nom-
inated for Best Inter-
in the 2013 Soul Train
Awards. We humbly
thank our fans for all
of their continued
support and encouragement, and we also offer heartfelt
congratulations to Full Blown Entertainment, and Machel
Montano our partners in creating this amazing song."
The team also congratulated Bunji Garlin, who was also
nominated in the same category for his mega hit Differen-
Bunji and Machel are up against Scottish songbird
Emelie Sande, P Square and Iyanya.
The Soul Train Awards will take air on December 1 on
BET and Centric. Actor Anthony Anderson is the host.
HEADS TO THE VOICE
She may be known in the region for her songs Hide-
away and Messenger but Jamaican singer Tessanne Chin
is aiming for a global audience.
When the new season of The Voice premieres on Mon-
day, Chin will be among those vying for a chance to be
crowned The Voice.
Already critics are questioning her reasons for audition-
ing for the NBC hit show, but in a story on jayblessed.com,
the singer says she sees it as a chance to reinvent herself.
"The way I see it, I really have nothing to lose. It is an
amazing show and I can only broaden my horizons if I am
successful. I see it as a kind of reinvention of myself... I can
I have always dreamed big, and while I am proud of all
my accomplishments in Jamaica, I have always wanted to
make it internationally. The exposure I could get from The
Voice would really be a foot in the door."
Chin, who also collaborated with Kees on the song Lov-
ing You, credited Jamaican music icon Shaggy on her deci-
sion to audition for The Voice.
"Shaggy suggested it,
and I have to give him props
for that. He thought it was
a really good way to show-
case my talent to a much
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