Mention INTERVIEWED ON THE Bahamas RADIO SHOW, "The Youth Perspective" with Keshagen Adderley

"Where we seek to positively display the Youth of our Nation"

This episode features an interview with Marvin Harrison aka Mention from Trinidad & Tobago.

With so much negativity being yielded at the youth of our nation, it seems hard to find any signs of a bright future. That's where the "Youth Perspective" comes in. We seek to display tomorrow's leaders in every facet of society. Each show will focus on today's pacesetters, trendsetters, movers and shakers and the next generation of great impactful Bahamians. We will look at their story; also address national issues all from the Youth Perspective.


Diana Hamilton Celebrates Bahamian Culture In France

By Arthia Nixon

Diana Hamilton in many ways, can be considered the unofficial liaison bridging The Commonwealth of The Bahamas to France. One wonders, what could these two countries quite possibly have in common when there are such vast differences in food, traditions and people? Yet, Diana, has found a way to allow her heritage for her homeland and her heart for her adopted land to prove that passion can ignite a spark to connect both places.


Lynn Terez Davis wins international gospel music award

 Lynn Terez Davis

It’s been a dynamite year for the woman who has won the heart of the nation with her alter ego, Dynamite Daisy. Now, Lynn Terez Davis is basking in the joy of being the only Bahamian to win an award at the 2013 South Florida Gospel Music Awards (SFGMA).

Davis revealed that while the comedic character she created for the stage has not been accepting as many offers as she used to, she has been busy establishing herself as a recording artist with the release of her debut album.

A mere six months after releasing “Beautiful”, Davis found herself climbing the charts locally and securing her first win at a gospel music awards program, thanks to a distribution deal she signed with the KLR Management Group.


New Year Brings New Opportunities For Caribbean Artists As Bahamas-Based KLR Provides Music Distribution To Over 500 US Retail Outlets

By Arthia Nixon, The Ambassador Agency

Keith Rolle
Keith Rolle

(ATLANTA, GEORGIA) Caribbean gospel acts who signed distribution deals with a Bahamas-based management group are entering 2013 with at least one resolution accomplished – getting their music directly available to the American market.