Celebrating Our Story

THE WEE KLY GLEANER | FEBRU ARY 16 - FEBRUARY 22, 2021 | www.jamaica-gleaner.com | 36 LOST TITLE APPLICATION NO.: 2236916 OFFICE OF TITLES NOTICE PURSUANT TO SECTION 82 OF THE REGISTRATION OF TITLES ACT (RTA) WHEREAS the applicant(s) in the above stated application has/have declared that the following duplicate Certificate of Title has been lost, I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I intend to cancel the said Certificate of Title and issue a new one in duplicate fourteen days after the last publication of this advertisement. Volume: 1059 Folio: 800 Lot. No.: 293 Part of Salt Spring, Place: Part of Montego Hills Parish: St. James Registered proprietor(s): Ernest Paul Lawson S. MacLean , Deputy Registrar of Titles LOST TITLE APPLICATION NO.: 2229777 OFFICE OF TITLES NOTICE PURSUANT TO SECTION 82 OF THE REGISTRATION OF TITLES ACT (RTA) WHEREAS the applicant(s) in the above stated application has/have declared that the following duplicated Certificate of Titles has been lost, I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I intend to cancel the said Certificate of Title and issue a new on in duplicate fourteen days after the last publication of this advertisement. Volume: 1201 Folio: 329 Lot. No.: 60 Place: Greenwich Park Parish: St. Ann Registered proprietor(s): Melvin Williams S. MacLean , Deputy Registrar of Titles Aubrey Campbell/Contributor NEW YORK, NY: ‘T HE AMERICAN Dream’ re- mains a reality for many, a story that is all too familiar for practising attorney Tedeisha Rowe, sole practitioner and owner of the American Legal Immigration Center, LLC, in Wheaton, Maryland. Born in Jamaica, Attorney Rowe came to the United States as a child with her family, in the 1980s, when such a move was fashionable. The move to the USA would be purposeful and positive for the Rowe family. Not long after settling in, Tedeisha began flourishing academically in the Columbia, Maryland, school district. She went on to graduate with hon- ours from Loyola University in nearby Baltimore, where she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Communications. It was then on to Drexel University’s Earle Mack School of Law in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where she earned her Juris Doctorate degree. In 2015, Tedeisha also earned her Masters of Law from Concord Law School. She is the owner of Rowe International Law Group, LC, and American Legal Immigration Center, LLC, which focuses primarily on immigration. Tedeisha’s family background influ- enced her educational and professional paths, she said in a candid interview with The Gleaner/NA. “Immigration has changed so much from the time that my family first im- migrated to the United States from Jamaica, in the 1980s; however, the op- portunity that it afforded us to change the trajectory of our family remains much the same. As someone who has benefited at first hand from this oppor- tunity, it is an honour for me to help other families to successfully begin their path of what many still describe as ‘The American Dream’.” Attorney Rowe embraces her role as equal parts legal advocate for her cli- ents, and business-savvy entrepreneur with a primary focus on immigration, family and business law. ALIC can be reached via toll free at 1-866-571-0076. American Legal Immigration Center, making a difference US-based attorney Tedeisha Rowe. CONTRIBUTED Aubrey Campbell/Contributor NEW YORK, NY: LIKE SO many youth coming out of a pandemic-ravaged 2020, DJ/SingJ FYAH BLAZE has one resolution that he is sticking with, no matter what, and that is, to let his music continue to warm the hearts of a diaspora audience, for whom ‘no wheh nuh betta dan yaad’. Leaving the lush, green hillside of Cornwall, St Elizabeth, Deagrete Nicholas Wright, aka FYAH BLAZE, has made New York City his adopted home for the past two decades, learning the culture while staying true to his Jamaican roots because of the positive vibes around him. “I feel positive that despite all that’s going on, this year (2021) will be my year to take the music to the next level.” Specifically, Fyah Blaze is referring to what he calls his first official single, titled Touch Yuh Body . First and official because he wrote the lyrics and directed the video, ‘all from scratch’, all by himself. And given the fact that everything literally stopped last year due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), this newly minted singer/songwriter/producer is oozing confidence that with 11,000 ‘likes’on the SM platformVEVO, he is in the right place to start the new year! “The music is a mirror of how I want to live. I want to admire life. I want to use the music to tell my story, not his story,” he said with a chuckle. Asked what is the big takeaway from this single which debuted last sum- mer, he said the subject matter, the ladies, mothers, women, the cradle of our civilisation, and especially those who have influenced his life thus far. “I am inspired by God’s creation and so I wanted to use my music and my craft to show honour, love and respect.” Available on FyahBlazeVevo, the track, a TeamMusic Presentation, does that and more. It opens with the singer giving the model a long-stemmed red rose, which she gladly accepts after being told that she is as beautiful as the rose, followed by a very warm embrace. ‘Ziggy On The Keyboard’gets credit for the production that fuses the hard- core dancehall vibes with the uptempo club mix that is sure to take you into the love zone and beyond! Growing up with an understanding and appreciation of the island’s popular culture and some of the personalities that shaped the art form, Wright says he has no regrets doing it all and is grateful for what the late Garnet Silk, among others, has done for the music/genre. The song, TouchYuh Body , is available on all social media platforms, includ- ing YouTube and Vevo, the perfect opportunity to ‘ketch di riddim, virtually’. Fyah Blaze wants to ‘touch yuh body’, musically BLA CK HISTORY MONTH FEATURE FEBRUARY 16 - MARCH 15, 2021 | www.jamaica-gleaner.com | CELEBRATING OUR STORY - AWEEKLY GLEANER B LACK HISTORY FEATUR

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