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Demarco to launch educational initiative Featured

Archive Written by  PRISM Thursday, 06 June 2013 09:15 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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  Following closely on his historical feat of becoming the first Dancehall/Reggae act to grace the cover of an Arabian magazine, Jamaican superstarDemarco is once again in the international spotlight.

The multi-talented entertainer is featured in a two page spread of ‘PULSE’; one of Africa’s most popular and respected tabloids. While in Dubai, the Kenyan based publication sat down with Demarco to quiz him on a plethora of subject matters including his upcoming album and concomitant rise to international stardom. The thirty minutes interview culminated with what fans can expect upon his return to the motherland.  To which a very jocund Demarco responded, “an eclectic performance unlike none other the continent has seen!

 

According to the tabloid, Kenyans are in high spirits with bountiful adulations for the singer who arrived in Nairobi on Monday, June 3rd ahead of his inaugural performance at the Carnivore Grounds this weekend. The ‘Continue Whine’ crooner will also be making three additional stops in Zimbabwe, Tanzania and Guinea later this month.

 

Upon his return to Jamaica, Demarco is expected to launch a new educational initiative that targets students of all ages, predominantly in the inner-city communities. The campaign seeks to render well needed assistance to qualified candidates to offset academic expenses and guide them in attaining their life-long goals and aspirations.

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