IMG 2592 Facetune 22 05 2019 11 17 59 - July Bailey @officialjulybailey blogs interviews 

July Bailey @officialjulybailey

Getting to know July Bailey – I’m Jamaican- born and raised- after high school I left to study in America. Of course, any contact with different cultures impacts your personal culture. I feel like I’ve definitely borrowed from other people’s culture that I’ve been around, it’s inevitable.

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unnamed - On the Grand introduces mini festival themes this summer @beyondozevents @onthegrandkw #OnTheGrandKW blogs music 

On the Grand introduces mini festival themes this summer @beyondozevents @onthegrandkw #OnTheGrandKW

On the Grand introduces mini festival themes this summer – Ever After Music Festival Pre-Party, Oh! Canada Day, SlamFest, Reggae Fest and ‘90s Throwback located on Bingemans event grounds

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Triple Ess Dancehall City 365x365 - Flash Back Interview - Triple Ess @triple_ess_official blogs interviews 

Flash Back Interview – Triple Ess @triple_ess_official

Triple Ess had some time to answer a few questions that the CanadianYardie Team threw at him and from the results he is, definately one to look out for plus his music is fire!!!

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IMG 2171 1 - WEH YUH SEH by Melisha Camile @mel_weh_yuh_seh_jamaicanbook blogs interviews 

WEH YUH SEH by Melisha Camile @mel_weh_yuh_seh_jamaicanbook

Weh Yuh Seh is a typical Jamaican Greeting that says hello, good to see you, I hope you are fine and let’s chat; all rolled up in one sentence! With this Fun Guide to understanding Jamaicans and Jamaicanisms, Melisha Camile demonstrates her love for the rock and all who come from it and gives the wider world a guide to embrace their Jamaican spirit. Having sold books for over 16 years I have seen similar products, but Melisha with her wide experience and unique style , combines the facts and figures, dictionary, phrases and trivia, jokes, old time sayings and the must have Anancy Story to make an excellent offering.

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