KINGSTON, Jamaica -- The police say they seized approximately 156.4 pounds of ganja and a motor truck during routine checks at the Norman Manley International Airport (NMIA) in Kingston over a six-hour period on Monday.
The street value of the drug is estimated at J$782,000.
Seven people were taken into custo ...more »
IN addition to winning a three-day getaway experience at Sandals Grande Riviera and Villa Golf Resort over 40 prize-winners and their guest were also treated to a Remy Martin Fly Away Concert. The show was held last Saturday and featured international Grammy-winning reggae artiste Sean Paul.
Entering the stage approximately 10:00 pm the reggae/dancehall act thrilled his audience with songs such as She Doesn't Mind, Gimme Di Light, I'm Still In Love With You and Temperature. Sean Paul proved to be a hit especially with the females as he had their eyes glued to the stage in a singalong during his almost 40-minute set.
Following his performance, Sean Paul greeted each eager winner and guest and signed autographs backstage. He then joined them at the resort's Jamie's Bar for an after-party where shots of Rémy Martin continued to flow throughout the night.
Sean's performance came just weeks after the release of his fifth studio album Tomahawk Technique. The album features collaborations with Kelly Rowland (How deep is your love) and Alexis Jordan (Got to love love you).
Beverage distributor Caribbean Producers Jamaica, was the local force behind the international Rémy Martin promotion.
"Sean Paul's performance was the perfect topper to a great weekend of fun and frolic at Sandals Grande Riviera Beach and Villa Golf Resort, a truly exotic location. It was an amazing night of great music and vibes from one of Jamaica's most talented entertainers and everyone had a blast," CPJ Brand Manager Tamika West told Splash.
Prize-winners get close to Sean Paul following his performance at the Rémy Martin Fly Away Concert
held at Sandals Grande Riviera Beach and Villa Golf Resort, Ocho Rios on Saturday, March 31.
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