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    Nicholas Gets a New Name

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    Popular gospel deejay, DJ Nicholas now has a new name- Minister Nicholas. The gospel deejay, who gave a superb showing at Fun In the Son – a free gospel show staged last Saturday at Hope Gardens, was appointed minister by two bishops in the last five minutes of his performance.

    The newly appointed minister fell to this knees while both men stood above him in prayer. It was indeed a blessing as audience members agreed with each other in prayer. The nearly 3000 people in attendance might have come for a high-energy reggae-gospel workout, but instead were treated to an evening of praise and worship, since there was more ministry than performance.

    Needless to say, artistes of all flavours and styles did their thing. Artiste Goddy Goddy, newly returning to the local scene after being healed from severe sickness, invited his younger brother Prodigy (Ryan Mark) on stage where both did the track Sure Part II, a follow-up to an earlier release.

    “While mi was in the states God revealed to me that I should come back with fresh and more positive lyrics,” said the deejay. He gave an excellent performance. Another good performer was the little-but-tallawah Kerron Ennis, her powerful voice was complemented by her stylish dressing. Her performance was what the event needed to pump things up.

    Other performances came from 2003 Gospel Festival winner Lubert Levy, who rocked the place with his song More Blessings Again; Galimore, known for his controversial song Problem – which speaks to same sex marriage and homosexuality; and Ziggy Soul a young man from Trench Town, who has a heart for children.

    Rising Star winner Christopher Martin also performed. The evening’s headliners included Stitchie, Carleen Davis, and the legendary Papa San.

    Fun in the Son will be on the lips of many for a while to come. It was great and many were blessed.
    From the Observer

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