Born Richard Stewart, in the garden parish of St Ann, on the 17th of June. This extremely talented artist has this natural ability to create catchy melodies. To date, some of these melodies have been making their mark on fans’ all over.Songs like Don't Skatta Roses, Anything No Dead, Jamaica Landlord, Luv U Like Mi Luv Miself, Envy and the big hit SUMMA Pah Mi'.
He has performed on major stage shows such as Island Explosion, West Kingston Jamboree and he is a two time STING Performer.
He has been interviewed by most of the top radio DJs both locally and internationally. Just to name a few: the BDS Rio Toronto, and Mistic FM England.He has also made many television appearances including Onstage with Winford Williams.
He currently holds the number 10 and 14 spots on the UK chart on Mistic FM.
This artist has the ability to transition into an international hit maker. He is guided by his own words, “Never let someone's opinion of you become your reality. Be a leader not a follower.
Every song written is a test of character. The best is yet to come”.
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My name is Chavanna Chambers. I am a thirty-three (33) year old Recording Gospel Artiste and Songwriter known musically as Psalmist Chavanna Chambers. I presently reside in Portmore, St. Catherine. I attended the Bridgeport High School, Graduating Class 2004. I am presently employed with the Ministry of National Security.
I have been singing for the past fourteen (14) years across the length and breadth of Jamaica and I have also been singing internationally.
*I am a lead singer of the Jamaica Constabulary Force Choir.
*I've recorded singles: "Call on Jesus" and Cover "Way Maker" in 2018.
*In October 2019 I was nominated in the Premier Gospel Music Awards Show hosted by Mr. Devon Womack. I was nominated in the category "Solo Artiste of the year" in Montgomery, Alabama USA and was successful in that category.
*I was awarded a trophy for Solo Artiste of the year as the First Jamaican Gospel Female Soloist and won the title for Jamaica.
*My cover of "Way Maker" was also on heavy rotation @ the Higher Source Radio Gospel Top 5 hosted by Lascelles Bennett in Birmingham.
*In November 28, 2019 I released my first Album "Amazing Grace" which is presently available on all digital outlets.
*My first official video was done by Musgrove Music in Miami, Florida.
My goal is, I want to continue studies on a wider scale at the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts. Being in the competition, I would be on a platform where I can showcase my talent globally. The exposure will not only be for my voice but will also enhance my image as a Gospel Singer.
I will continue to strive for excellence to represent my country Jamaica in a professional and aspiring way, so that my country can be proud, and more doors of opportunities can be opened.
I also want to continue in assisting with my community project with back to school supplies for children in need, give moral support and mentorship. Most of all to win souls for the Kingdom of God through positive music that can inspire, motivate and spiritually changing their lives. Thank you!
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My name is Dwight Gayle, I am 25 years old, I was born and raised in rural Jamaica in the parish of St James. My hobbies are reading, dancing, singing, motivating & inspiring people.
Acting is something I am passionate about growing up as a child. I realized at an early age that I loved acting, and it could be a lifetime career for me. My mother wanted me to attended Cornwall College, but I did my research and found out that Herbert Morrision offered Visual & Performing Arts as part of thier curriculumn, so I told my mom that I would be going to Herbert Morrision instead.
*I am currently working as Actor/Performer at RoseHall Great House on the Interactive Haunted Night Tour Directed By Douglas Prout.
*I was a Cast Member on the Television Program 'Talk Up Youth: Season 8 Episode 10, 'Street Yout'.
*I have done acting classes with Antonio Dennis (my present WCOPA Talent Scout), and Dario Shields (a former WCOPA contestant). They gave me the courage to enter this competition.
*I also participated in the Camille Davis Acting & Empowerment Workshop training.
I want to do this competition because I want to win and represent Jamaica in the best way possible with my acting skills. I am on a journey to becoming one of Jamaica's iconic influential Actors. My biggest inspiration to enter the competition is my mother, this was her dream too, so i am doing it for both of us. I want to inspire, and& motivate others to go after there dream, to never give up, no matter what the situation. The power lies within us to accomplish anything we dream.
What I hope to achieve from this competition is for the platform to help me take my acting career to another level. I anticipate gaining the experience of what's it's like being on the world stage.
*Attend university to attain a Degree in the arts.
*To have a organization to give back to the less fortunate people who are struggling to pay for secondary examinations
* carrying home the world championship title.
*To become one of Jamaica's most iconic Actors.
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I grew up on the border of Kingston and St Andrew, I live in Kingston, Harbor view. I am currently going to Vauxhall High School. I do many things, I act, sing on the choir and am the captain of the dance team. I also dance with Deroi’s Dance Workshop.
What motivates me is that my mom works hard for me to achieve my goals and for me to have a great life. Her determination and perseverance is to see that me and my family have a home and for me to go after my dreams.
I have accomplished several keynote things, such as
*being in the leadership program for 7 years.
*I have danced at the Miss Jamaica Festival Queen show, Dance Umbrella and JCDC Dance and Drama competitions.
*I am a Lance Corporal in my Cadet unit, participated in the 75th anniversary for J.C.C.F where I took part in the all female cadet core.
My main goals are to go to college and study physiotherapy and performing arts ( dancing, singing and acting), I also would like to pass all my upcoming exams and become fluent in Spanish and French.
I entered this competition because I wanted to try something new. I am always shy, so I hope this competition can get me out of it. I also hope that my voice will be improved. I can't wait to be a part of this great experience.
I’m from Kingston Jamaica. I grew up in the community of Olympic Way at Woodpecker Avenue , then moved to Tower Hill at Poncianna some years after. I went to St. Steven Basic School, and after i completed my years at that institution I went to Seaward Primary and Junior High School. I then went to Windward Road Primary and Junior High and I passed for Vauxhall High School that I am currently attending. This institution has a rich history in the Jamaican High School singing competitions, 'ALTOGETHER SING'.
I started singing at the age of 8 years old, from then I just had a passion for singing. Growing up in the church always encouraged me to keep singing. I have only been to one singing competition, and it was a school singing and drama competition called 'Vaux’s Art' , and I entered with my friends and we were placed third.
I am now focusing on this huge upcoming competition in LA, and I am going to make my country proud!
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