A group of people in Trinidad and Tobago’s entertainment industry are standing up against the ongoing crime and violence being experienced across the length and breath of the island. Leading the revolutionary effort is singer, Orlando Octave. We spoke with him briefly on Tuesday, following the launch of the project UNITTY, on Monday. He said artistes’ voices are necessary to the mission if any change is to take place.
Orlando told us that the initial effort will involve attempts to engage corporate Trinidad and Tobago, with hopes of working alongside businesses for the creation of more job opportunities for Trinidad and Tobago’s youth.
Take a look at the video promotion of the initiative. In it, reggae artiste, Isasha speaks on the need for radio stations to drive the point home.