Armed with a renewed spirit and a new management team Dancehall recording artiste Jah Vinci is ready to reclaim his spot at the apex of the local music industry. The ‘Lock Me With Love’ singer amid his overhauling exercise made a triumphant return to the Caribbean over the weekend with stops in Barbados and the twin island republic of Trinidad & Tobago after a three year hiatus in both countries.
His first stop was Beetham Gardens in Port of Spain, Trinidad where he delivered an energized set to the hundreds of loyalist within the inner-city enclave. His performance was well received and formed part of efforts by the organizers to give back to the youths of the community through entertainment and other social endeavours.
In a brief interview following the concert Jah Vinci says, “It’s always a good feeling to entertain the fans but even greater when you know your efforts are contributing to something uplifting and positive that can change people’s lives.”
Exiting Trinidad it was onto the Party Stand in Bridgetown, Barbados for the much publicized Birthday Celebration of Keba; one of city’s most celebrated disc jock. Jah Vinci was billed as the headliner alongside several local talents. During his sojourn the singer also took time out to visit a number of surrounding communities to meet and greet with fans, while throwing his support behind the Precious Touch Foundation.
The Foundation is a non-profit charitable Organization which was launched in 2007 at Divi Southwinds Hotel, St. Lawrence Christ Church. It is officially registered and legally incorporated under the Charities Act of Barbados and is dedicated to granting ‘WISHES’ to children between the ages of 2 and 16 years old who have been diagnosed with life-threatening medical conditions and children who are terminally ill.
Locally, Jah Vinci is working assiduously in the studio and is currently promoting his collaborative effort ‘Badman Place’ featuring Demarco on the Triple Dose Productions imprint.