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“Everything Has So Perfectly Fallen into Place.” New Artist Destined for Greatness.

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In the peak of the Carnival season in Trinidad and Tobago, there’s word that one of the country’s promising, young artists is rising to the occasion. Jeroam DesVignes is just 21-years-old. With a strong digital presence and increasing following, he is definitely one to watch. 

The young entertainer’s first Soca single, “Don’t Let Go,” is a product of encouragement he received from a friend. “My bredren encouraged me to do a soca track. He told me he believed I could add something special to the soca industry,” explained Jeroam. He said his friend persuaded him to look beyond the genres of dancehall and RnB, which he’d grown accustomed to delivering, and instead create a song that he felt, would add value to the soca space. 

Jeroam DesVignes started off as a YouTuber

Despite a bit of initial hesitation, Jeroam took his friend’s advice and began seeking out the right riddim upon which he would begin building his new project. “I listened to a riddim that I came across online. I developed a melody to it and while doing that, the words came automatically to me,” he said. The young artist explained that in his experience, whenever something like that happens- when the words come as easily as they did for this song, the track is simply, meant to be. 

Having started off in the creative space as a YouTube content creator, Jeroam’s following there, has proven beneficial to his music career.  He recorded the soca track with well-known producer, First Klase and was lucky to get additional production assistance from Anson Pro who has been instrumental in Nailah Blackman’s career. “I really believe in my heart that this entire direction that I’ve taken isn’t by chance. I believe this was supposed to happen as it has,” said Jeroam. He has found it a bit strange how easily the stars have aligned, and how everything has so perfectly, fallen into place. 

Ironically, Jeroam was first given the opportunity to increase his chances of becoming an artist when he met songwriter, Emmanuel Rudder quite by chance. “He was at my father’s business place and my father told him about my YouTube videos. He called me out and I played a few of them for him and in that moment, just like that, he agreed to take me under his wing and work with me.” 

That initial meeting would lead to the creation of Jeroam’s first studio recording, a track called, ‘Miss Perfection’. “It was surreal for me. It happened so fast,” said the youth. He explained that this initial opportunity would lead to more writing and exposure. “The song was really good for a first song. People liked it and I realized that my music was appreciated because the song made people feel inspired,” he said. Now, a very conscious minded young man, Jeroam says he knows he has a responsibility when it comes to how he uses his gift. 

An avid player in the digital space, Jeroam DesVignes says he will continue to utilize social media in delivering his music to global audiences. He says TikTok is an instrumental tool for creatives, insisting that it’s worth understanding. “Now Tik Tok is being considered in the accumulation of streams. All of this has enhanced the way the music of artistes is able to reach the people,” he said. This everyday pursuit of social media knowledge, coupled with his educational background in International Business, places this vibrant creative in perfect position to reap major rewards in the future. For now, he is hopeful that his Soca track, “Don’t Let Go,’ gets the attention it deserves, even in a season that’s filled with countless new songs. 

Jeroam is on Instagram @jeroamdesvignes.  

Listen to ‘Don’t Let Go.’ HERE.

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Rihanna Makes it to The Olympics.

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Barbados’ gem, Rihanna will be gracing the 2024 Paris Olympics.

No. She isn’t on the relay team, nor is she participating in the shot put event, but she’s sure about to spice up the faces of the athletes who will.

On Thursday, the ‘Love on the Brain’ singer announced that she’d sealed a deal with the 2024 Paris Olympics. “Tried to tell y’all… we outside all 2024!!! PROUD to announce that @FentyBeauty is a premium partner of the Olympic AND Paralympic Games baby!!! #FentyxParis2024,” wrote the global superstar, beneath a photo post.

According to reports, the Fenty Beauty/ Paris Olympics deal is a multi-million dollar, first of its kind deal that will see Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty brand, provide the glam and beauty for those participating in the 2024 Olympics.

Rihanna recently unveiled her her Fenty Hair brand. The product reviews have been pretty good and it is likely that the boss mom will continue her upward trajectory in the business world.

According to a press release, Fenty Beauty will provide makeup kits and tutorials for 600 volunteers between the ages of 18 and 21 who will present medals at the games. The kit will include popular Fenty Beauty products including the Gloss Bomb Universal Lip Luminizer and the Eaze Drop Lit All-Over Glow Enhancer.

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Island Lime Magazine Set to Take Caribbean Energy to Global Heights.

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Both hard copy and digital, IslandLime Magazine’s on a mission. In the ever-expanding world that we now occupy, efforts continue to share the most authentic Caribbean energy, with everyone outside the Diaspora. It’s not a new idea but the man behind it has all the gumption it takes to make it make sense.

Simon Baptiste believes in the Caribbean potential.

Simon Baptiste says his team’s vision is to create a global platform that allows for the stories of Caribbean creators and creatives, to be shared with people around the world – people who are anxious to discover more about the heartbeat of the region. “Although we recognize the importance of what goes on within our region, there are also hundreds of tales – fiction and non fiction, being crafted by islanders in territories that stretch from North America ti Australia,” he said in a recent Ebuzztt chat. “It’s our job to reveal the players and the art.”

The magazine’s official launch took place on July 4th in Port- of- Spain, Trinidad and featured performances by Key DeVere and John G. In the aftermath of the launch, Simon issued a statement, thanking folks who came out in support. He explained that the rationale behind delivering the project now, lies in understanding that we – the Caribbean people, built nations. “A chain of over 700 islands, encompassing 1,063,000 square miles, has produced incomparable talent- people who have left and continue to leave an indelible mark on art, fashion, music, literature, entertainment, sports, science and technology,” he wrote. Baptiste praised his people, adding, “From Capitol Hill, to working spaces in Nairobi, to the offices of an advertising agency, Down Under, you’ll find someone who has island roots, and spreads the philosophy of what makes the Caribbean and its people so unbelievably spectacular.”

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