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Say hello to “Speech Ntsa”

Dintimille Emmanuel aka Speech Ntsa Is a 25 years old reggae/dancehall singer/rapper from Martinique. He’s been doing music for 16 years. He describes himself as a reggae dancehall artist and rapper of biblical and conscious messages. His inspiration for his songs comes from life experiences and his upbringing. Growing up in a Christian family allowed him to add texts of faith to his music, which also helped to mold the person he is today.

He’s an accomplished Songwriter and founder of NTSA Productions. He has also had made many performances in Martinique (Congress House, Gospel Testimony , Appalooza and others and also won several Beatmaker competitions.

Speech Ntsa is poised on making great strides in the industry and to become a household name. Click the link below to check out his latest project.

https://youtu.be/ahBGx8sh8Aw

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Teacher fired after being called ‘Rum Head’

Story credit: Jamaica Star

   Andre’ Williams
September 07, 2018

A Kingston teacher has been fired from his job after he reportedly pulled a knife at two students who called him ‘Rum Head’.

The teacher, who admitted to being a former alcoholic, has since written to the Ministry of Education asking to be reinstated.

The decision to fire the teacher came after the vice-principal met him exiting a bar close to the school during class hours.

To compound the matter, the teacher was supposed to have been answering to the knife allegations that day.

The vice-principal, in a letter to the teacher, said that when he attempted to speak with him after seeing him exiting the bar, he “exhibited signs of intoxication and heavy alcoholic odor emanating from your (his) breath.”

The teacher was also told in the letter: “I recommend that you seek medical advice to help with your presumed weaknesses which affect your ability to control your classes as well as command the respect of your students.”

Regarding the knife accusations, it is alleged that the teacher objected to being called a rum head by two girls.

He reportedly pulled a knife and allegedly called the students “gal” and “dunces”.

It is further alleged that he threatened to spit on the students. The incident was reportedly witnessed by a teacher.

The teacher told THE WEEKEND STAR that the allegations against him are false, and said that he did not get an opportunity to clear his name.

“Nothing nah go suh and no investigation was done. Nobody contacted me to ask anything. No meeting was held with the principal, no student and no report is at the police station against me,” he said.

However, the vice-principal said the teacher was told in the letter to report to his office on June 14 at 10:30 a.m. to address the knife allegations.

The teacher reportedly did not show until 10:55 a.m. and when the meeting was rescheduled for 11:20 a.m. that day, the teacher allegedly failed to attend.

But the teacher, who said he has given 32 years of service to the profession, said he feels betrayed.

“I’m a child of the Lord and these children are possessed. I’m anointed by the Lord, I look good, dress good and carry myself good. Dem just vindictive and I don’t know why dem nuh like me. Now I’m unemployed and battling around,” the teacher said.

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Getting to know Reggae/Dancehall artiste “Khausion”

Singing from the age of 15, is the Reggae and Dancehall Artiste “Khausion Di Ikon” whose given birth name is Nicholas Cowan, hailing from the tough inner-city community of Payne Avenue in Kingston 11, Jamaica.

The young prodigy faced many obstacles in his earlier years but never went down the path of a typical youth from his community, due to the daily crime and endless killings of residents by gang members for turf and control of the communities in the late 90’s he fled to Linstead, St Catherine at the age of 13 where he still resides and found his passion for music. In the years to come he met Dwayne ‘Illis’ Walker who has a home studio and has been helping him on his career path. The Artiste who was once the road manager of the popular Reggae Artiste “Little Hero” , is now focusing on his own career where he has worked with a number of well-known producers which includes Zip 103’s Disc jock and producer Zj Dymond of Fullcharge Records and US based producer JahhStone Productions .

All over the world, he is now creating a buzz from his new track entitled “Wrong turn” on the Train Line riddim produced by OneTree Records based in Brooklyn, New York.

The Artiste explained that this song came about due to the rising crime rate in Jamaica and Worldwide. Khausion hopes that the younger generation will listen to his words of advice and turn away from crime and violence.

The Train Line Riddim was released on May 13, 2018 on all online digital stores. Khausion wishes to bring back the love in Dancehall and Reggae music with his positive message. Currently he is not signed to any record label and is ready to work with a producer who is able to take his career to the next level. Khausion can be found on these social media platforms, Facebook at Khausion di Ikon, Instagram @ OfficialKhausion and Youtube at Khausion.

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