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Breeze, a song done by dancehall artistes Aidonia and Govana has been added to the C-List on BBC Radio.
The addition of the track to the C-List means it will now officially enjoy premium daytime rotation alongside the likes of Grammy winners and nominees Bruno Mars, Cardi B, Drake, Migos, Post Malone, The Weeknd, Chronixx, and Kendrick Lamar.
"This is definitely a good look for my career and the camp right now. Breaking internationally is something every artiste aspire to, so the key is to remain focused, stay consistent, and make good music for the people," Govana said.
Entertainment Minister Olivia Grange has announced recording artiste Etana as the first female recipient of financial support from the Ministry's Artiste Ambassador and Tour Support Programme.
The Ministry has given Etana a grant of US$5,000 to support her 32-city tour of the US.
Grange made a symbolic cheque presentation to Etana on Thursday.
Grange said the Artiste Ambassador and Tour Support programme aim is to strengthen Brand Jamaica through media, marketing and partnership.
Etana said she was grateful for the support and will continue to promote Jamaica as she tours. The tour, Love Over Everything is scheduled to take place from February 9 to March 31.
Sabrina Diva's delivery can be described as soulful and impactful, which is evident in her two upcoming musical offerings, Club Life and Broken Heart.
Club Life is an upbeat party song featuring UK-based deejay Black Out. The single is a mix of dancehall and EDM.
Broken Heart depicts a broken relationship as she tries to pinpoint where things went wrong in order to fix them.
Both tracks are set to be released on February 14.
"I am confident that both tracks will do great in their respective market. They are both very well crafted songs and offer something refreshing for different audiences," she expressed.