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Laza Morgan gives back to St. Catherine schools #platinumcamp Featured

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    Christmas came early for the kids of Spanish Town High School when reggae ambassador Laza Morgan and the great general Daddy Bigg$ embarked upon a special trip to Jamaica to deliver gifts of school supplies to the students that included book bags, writing supplies and T shirts supplied by RepJa. 
They kicked off the school tour with Daddy Bigg$ delivering a moving speech on the importance of getting an education and reassuring the kids that respect and hard work equates great success. Laza Morgan delivered an impressive performance to two of his great hits, 'One by One' and 'Gimme Little'. The artist and Platinum Camp team was showed much love and appreciation by the school's faculty and students alike.
Their next stop was at the St. Catherine Primary School  where they did a repeat performance as once more reggae singsation, Laza Morgan rocked the school along with Platinum Camp's DJ Chubroc at the control. 
It was truly was an awesome experience to see and feel the excitement among the kids as they sing along while rocking to the music. After flexing his lyrical powers, the artist declared, "It's all about the kids because they are the future."
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