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April 2, 2013
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Alva works towards Grammy award

Alva - Contributed

Alva continues to blaze the musical path with high-quality, consistent, and timeless music. The burgeoning artiste has been creating waves with a number of singles released to his credit.

Oliver Black, known to fans as Alva, is known by many as determined, dedicated, multitalented, and an artiste who actually knows how to entertain the masses wherever he goes.

"Trust me! Alva shelled down BritJam. his performance was a crowd pleaser," said a promoter.

His popular hits such as St Anns, Jah Keep Me Safe And Sound, and Jah We Pray To are still enjoying heavy rotation on the airwaves. The videos for the songs are currently airing on television and Youtube.

The Jah Keep Me Safe and Sound hitmaker has been topping charts and storming the airwaves with his latest single, 12 & 13 Leave Them Alone. This track speaks against the sexual abuse of under-age children in Jamaica. This single, among others by the artiste, has been pulling in promoters from around the world who want to book Alva for their shows.

exceptional passion

"Alva has been doing exceptionally well. he is a professional, he is disciplined, he has an exceptional passion for music, and he sings positive music. This is what Jamaica and the world need right now. I believe the world is ready for Alva. For bookings, you can email us at natureswayentertainment@gmail.com. you can also contact us at 954 243 6198," said manager of Nature's Way Entertainment, Fada G.

Alva has been back in the studio working on new singles and is slated to perform at major shows such as The Kite Festival; Easter stage shows around the island; and Bring Back The Love in Westmoreland, staged by GT from IRIE FM. Alva will be performing alongside the likes of Ninja Man, Specialist, Nature, and Khago.

The St Ann native is now ready, more than ever before, to be the next artiste to take home a Grammy for Jamaica.

"My mission is to continue to make quality, timeless music, and to represent Jamaica not only as an artiste, but as a legend. Once you believe in yourself, eventually everyone will. I am ready," said Alva.

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