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August 21, 2014
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Osujah records embraces black culture, signs anaicon

St Ann-based recording label Osujah Records, established in 2013 by its founder and CEO, recording artiste and entrepreneur Lady Donna, has recently been making strides in the local and international reggae music industry.

She and the label have been spreading the message of cultural upliftment and spiritual growth, which was one of the fundamental objectives of distinguished black civil rights leaders of the past, such as Jamaica's first national hero, Marcus Mosiah Garvey.

Lady Donna, real name Donna Burnett, who originally hails from Kingston, has always been a humanitarian and a philanthropist and has always held steadfast to the notion of creating a music-based entity that would exemplify the basis of black cultural and community development

As such, through Osujah Records, she has since sponsored community-based, non-profit events, such as Relay for Life, hosted by the Jamaica Cancer Society last month, The Walkers Wood All-Age School's fundraiser, and has even hosted a community football competition aimed at bringing together the youths of Beverly, St Ann, via good sportsmanship.

The label, which also supports healthy lifestyles and wellness, has produced a natural juice line called the Osujah Juice Master, which has become a staple at major Reggae events such as Rebel Salute and most recently The Marcus Garvey celebrations in St Ann, for which it was also a sponsor.

Osujah Records recently signed St Ann-based upcoming artiste Anaicon, whose single, True Identity, is now being heavily rotated on local radio stations. Other releases include Lady Donna's Reject Failure and Save A Life.

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