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Top Ten Jamaican Celebrity Quotes of the Week: Who Said What?

Written by Mellesia Harmon

“I still have the same passion now that I had when I started. When I got in front of that mike the first time to record a song it was almost like this world is mine. And today when I get in front of a mike its like this is the first and last time i get to do a song” – do you know which Jamaican Celebrity said that this week? See our top ten great celebrity quotes to find out!

“This album was deeply ‘medz’. It comprises a lot of social commentary; it’s not just a dancehall or reggae album. The tracks were written for all,” – Bugle, speaking on his new album Anointed set for release on May 6 (http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/entertainment/Bugle-gets-Anointed_16527380)

Happy Earth Strong to ma bro Warren Williams aka FUTUREFAMBO aka SWAGGAOLIC @futurefambizzle I wish u more life Good health and peace of mind ova all things God’s richest blessings Happiness and continued success #hits and more #hits Mad love bro……. Check out the boss new single as well I’m so bless!!!!!!” – Seanizzle wishing the King of Rum and Redbull – Future Fambo – a happy birthday (Instagram: @seanizzlemusic)

“It’s just the progress. I think every album is my best album. Every time I do an album it’s my best album to the date. The reason for that is that we’re always progressing. I’m always growing and getting more knowledge” – Ziggy Marley, speaking about his new album Fly Rasta with Eric Sundermann (http://noisey.vice.com/blog/ziggy-marley-interview)

“It is a good feeling to be once again Samsung’s ambassador, what Samsung is doing is to provide opportunities for these young children and I am glad to be a part of it,” – Ricardo ‘Bibi’ Gardener, former Captain of the Reggae Boyz, expressing his enthusiasm for being yet again Samsung’s brand ambassador (http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/sport/Gardner–Glad-to-be-back_16527627)

“Ghetto Youths raise up and stand firm in yourselves… In memory of I Road Manager. #RIPBLACKMAN Ricardo Lowe” – Teflon, sending farewell wishes to his former Road Manager, Ricardo Lowe, who was killed by gunmen  earlier this month (Twitter: @TEFLON_JA)

“”I am an entrepreneur. I have a head for business and that helps me to get to where I want to be,” – Richie Drenz, speaking on his new book Heart of Revenge, Climaxes, and his success and failures leading him to writing (http://jamaica-gleaner.com/gleaner/20140423/ent/ent1.html)

“The House of Marley is a living brand. It’s about equality, freedom and charity. It’s about giving back and doing the right thing. Joining this campaign for our Jamaica Reggae Girlz shows they also have integrity and I thank them for the support,” – Cedella Marley, speaking on the values and commitment that House of Marley has in their partnership with the Reggae Girlz (http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/sport/House-of-Marley-spearheads-initiative-to-raise-US-10-000-for-Girlz_16509122)

I respect my dad I love my father I don’t care weh a guy waa say.. My dad is a real man, never left me nor my brother out.#morelife to my paps. A wise man and a great dad..” – Richie Loop, speaking of his love for his Dad and leaving a few wise words from him as well (Instagram: @RichieLoop)

Great show Chicago…Bless up to the winner…Looking forward to tonight. Next Stop – Madison, WI” – Stephen Marley, blazing on tour with Wayne Marshall as their Fruit of Life Tour reaches across the breadth of America (Facebook: Stephen Marley)

“I still have the same passion now that I had when I started. When I got in front of that mike the first time to record a song it was almost like this world is mine. And today when I get in front of a mike its like this is the first and last time i get to do a song” – Beres Hammond, speaking of his passion and love for music which burns strong even until today (Facebook: Beres Hammond One Love, One Life Interview Pt 1 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-N0YKH-sSE&feature=youtu.be)

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Mellesia Harmon