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Naketa West captivates with her performance at Sunday's "Seh Sup'm Poetry and Live Music" at Village Blues Bar. This charity edition of the monthly poetry jam was dubbed "Seh Sup'm for Haiti."
At Jamaica Jazz & Blues, Trinidadian soca King, Machel Montano, showed his softer side with an original ballad he dedicated to Haiti.
Katherine, lead vocalist of Crimson Heart Replica, didn't waste a minute figuring out how she could use her talent to give back, partnering with the Red Cross, and several other local acts for her charity concert "Hu$tlin for Haiti", this past weekend.
"College Lifestyle Fridays", the weekly event at PURE nightclub sponsored by College Lifestyle Magazine, committed to "party with a purpose", donating all proceeds from their January 15th staging to the Scotiabank Haiti Relief Fund.
International dancehall star, Sean Paul (right) poses with fellow birthday boy Brandon Ferguson, at Fiction Lounge for his celeb birthday bash, "Brand New Machine's 'Paparazzi'" Over $40,000 was raised at the event in support of Haiti.
The "Walk for Haiti" culminated in a candle-lit vigil. Shielding his flame from the wind, Rotarian Garfield Wedderburn would later remark that this was "symbolic of life...sometimes you need a hand to keep your flame lit."
Miss Jamaica World, Kerrie Baylis,(right) cheerfully refuses to take no for an answer as she beguiles Ian "Ity" Ellis (left) and Alton "Fancy Cat" Hardware to dig deeper in their pockets, at the Rotary Club's recent "Walk for Haiti."
Happy to "Walk for Haiti", Ammesha Samuels took to the streets of New Kingston with her donation can and a welcoming smile that encouraged passersby to support the cause.
Tessanne Chin lights up the stage at the Coca Cola Zero Concert which donated all proceeds to Haiti earthquake relief.
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