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Rula Brown ,CEO of PALAS chat with Dr.Ev. Palas1.org is a Non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization , which means your donation/contribution is tax deductible. The Peace and Love Academic Scholarship (PALAS) program was established in December, 2010 after the brutal killing in , Vanessa Campbell..On July 8, 2011, thirteen (13) scholarships were awarded to high school students in. Jamaica. PALAS has awarded fifty-five (55) scholarships and four (4) computers valuing US$23,500.00 (~JA$2,115,000.00).

Omar ‘Imar’ Shepherd from  Jamaica, Imar was drawn to music at an early age; singing at church and various community events.His first big break came as lead singer for a touring band named Crucial that performed weekly at the Market Place on Red Hills Road in Kingston.In 2010, he hooked up with singer, songwriter and local producer, Demarco for Rebel Music. The two recorded “Woman I need You” in collaboration with House of Reggae in Canada. The single  sparked major interest across the world from Europe, United States, Canada and the Caribbean.

 Spryng High aka Gary Williams,began performing at school  and community events. He was introduced to Producer/Disc Jockey /Fashion Designer, Pancho from the Tren-Setta Production by David of Sling and Stone. The song he recorded, titled “Heights Up” was his first radio play song  for him. The song got heavy rotation on FM radio, he later recorded Bun Pagon” on the Journey Rhythm. His current radio hit “Pressuring The Poor” on the Khaki Suit Rhythm done in tandem with Ras Shiloh, is a staple on radio, as it is a favorite of many disc Jockeys. The song is also getting favorable play in the Caribbean, England and Europe.

 

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