Aug 24, 2016

Gaza Keno - Me Yuh Nuh like - Brigde Town Riddim - August 2016

Dancehall artist Gaza Keno ''Me Yuh Nuh like'' off the Brigde Town Riddim 2016
Produced by Daraginoh World Records.

Aug 11, 2016



Aug 2, 2016


How many times have you felt that life is not worth it?
How many times have you felt  that you do not deserve the chastisement of life?

How many times have you failed the exam you studied so hard for?

How many times have you lost that job you thought was going to make you a better person?

How many times have you lost that one friend to the hands of death without a goodbye? 

Life itself can be a challenge for many who live expecting greater from the external world than the greatness that one possess. Sometime we allow the things of the world to blind us from the reality of our own capacity, the blindness breeds corruption and greed, envy and destruction to humanity. 

Today, I took a long walk to the local barbershop and groomed my hair, just as I completed the grooming of my hair,  the rain began the fall. I stood inside the barbershop and I looked at the flooded roads and the heavy drops and then I hid myself from nature. 

When nature seems relentless in its quest, I stepped out and journeyed in the drops to my home, for a while I felt cured and relieved. 

The middle of the journey I started to reflect on my own life and how fortunate I have been  to be alive, to be able to feel wet, smell the freshness of the drops and see the beauty of nature; that reflection came at a time when I remembered that during this life many planned the future and prepared for it, even better than I could and I have done,  but today, they are not here to celebrate and appreciate the life they hoped to have had but I am and you are. At the end of my journey as I arrived home, i thought of how power a message it would be to share my thought about life, so I took a picture standing in the rain and while camera flash, so was my faith in the rest of my journey of life. 
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Upon arriving home I began to share my appreciation for life to a friend on Whatapps Chat, encouraging that sometimes you are to shout "YES"...just shout "YES'.  Yes I have made it this far, yes this is me and encouraged to give yourself a hug, a kiss, a high five and look in the mirror and speak words affirming your place and position in this world,  confirming that "GREATER IS HE THAT IS IN YOU THAN HE THAT IS IN THE WORLD"-1 John 4:4. During the lengthy conversation, I began to reflect that a friend was recently incarcerated for illegal possession of firearm which he had five years ago.

Approximately a year ago, I met a young man who came to me during a security training, he was partly trained by me and was assigned to work as a part of my team. After three months, he was evaluated and promoted to Junior Supervisor which he served for approximately nine months. During our interactions, he would encourage me to return to church where I first met Jesus, we would have several religious debates for which I always have better arguments, however, at the latter end of the nine months, he revealed to me that he was in trouble and that his life fives years ago had come to haunt him. He stated that he was caught with illegal possession of firearm and that he is to appear before the Gun Court for charges. I was livid, I was disappointed, I was afraid of losing a young man that I saw such a bright future for. The date to appear for Gun Court was mentioned and I appeared to give as much support as I could, however, the judge founded him guilty and he was sentence for two year behind bars. The essence of this story isn't to expose this case but to remind you that life sometime comes with some curve balls and unexpected swift ones that can wreck you or build you. Since his incarceration I have had the privilege to speak to him and he assures me that he is okay and his experience in the rehabilitation facility will make him stronger than who  I met.
Jah Cure -"Prison Walls" says "Prison a nuh bed a roses, the livity it makes me bawl, I wish that Jah could come and take me back in time". It affirms that life may not be a bed of roses but as my friend behind those walls said to me " I will be stronger than how you met me", encourages me to never let my weakest moments in life pull me beneath it. I must at all time rise above the situation and see the good in every bad experience, I must affirm to myself that " I cannot have a positive life and a negative mind "-Joyce Myers. I must be relentless like the rain was relentless to wash me and purify my journey..."I must never give up until life has given up on me" Krisho Holmes.

Written by Krisho Holmes, C/O Y.DAE'S ENT INC

To contact Krisho Holmes, you may email at or join thefacebook page at

Jul 31, 2016


For more than  five decades, the issues of abortion in Jamaica has remained almost equally a taboo topic as same sex relations.
 DEFINITION: "Abortion is the termination of the pregnancy before the fetus is viable"-Medical Dictionary. 
 The law of abortion is derived from the old 1861 Offense Against the Persons Act  approximately two centuries ago and has remained a literal figurine in many cabinets since Jamaica's independence (1962).  Presently, like many other taboo issues, the issue of abortion has "unwantedly" emerged to either test the assertiveness or the dialectics of  the Jamaican government. This comes to the forefront of both local and international political reasoning, through interviews with presidential candidate of the United States of America-Donald Trump during an interview with Chris Mathews and Jamaica's own Minister of Health-Dr. Christopher Tufton dealing with the issues of the causes and effects of Zicka Virus on pregnancy which causes Microcephaly (abnormal smallness of the head, a congenial condition associated with incomplete brain).  The issue of a woman's right to safely abort an unwanted pregnancy is no tit for tat, but one which in some classification, uproot the reefs and troubles the morally calm sea of religions. 
According to the Abortion Advisory Policy Review Group report published on February 19, 2007, the group which was established on September 16, 2005 was tasked according to the terms of reference to provide a background on these areas:

  • The high prevalence of abortion worldwide to inlude Jamaica 
  • The high toll in terms of maternal maternity and morbidity in countries where abortion is illegal.
  • The consequent need to develop systems ad guidelines to ensure that abortion is safe and accessible to all. 

The Advisory Policy Review Group composed of thirteen members representing thirteen stakeholder groups and organization to assist in the development of the policy, however, of the thirteen groups and organizations, only two did not sign, therefore an overwhelming support for the content and recommendation of the report.
In the forty page report, the Advisory Group identified some frightening facts which should guide the decision making process of the previous Minister of Health. Some of these facts were:

  1.   The World Health Organization (WHO) estimated that of 35 abortions per 1,000 women aged 15-44 years, this indicates that Jamaica probably has some 22,000 abortions annually, all illegal and largely performed by untrained health workers as well as others. Abortions and complications thereof are the eighth leading cause of maternal deaths in Jamaica affecting adolescents primarily.
  2. The World Health Organization (WHO) reports that each·year, over 210 million women globally become pregnant despite available contraceptive and about one-fifth of them resort to abortion. WHO also estimates that 46 million abortions are performed each year. This equates to 35 abortions per 1,000 women aged'15-44 years. Of these 46 million abortions, 27 million are performed legally and 19 million are illegal and unsafe.
  3. Unsafe abortion is entirely preventable, yet it remains a significant cause of maternal morbidity and mortality in much of the developing world. 
  4. Worldwide an estimated 6000 women die as a consequence of unsafe abortion. Globally unsafe abortions account for 13% of maternal deaths.
  5. Mortality due to abortion is relatively high where access to abortion is restricted. This is clearly evidenced by the fact that in Africa where abortions are illegal, 680 women die per 100,000 abortions compared to no more than one death per 100,000 abortions in developed regions.

Given the hard researched facts presented in the report, it is founded questionable as to the present position on the issue. The Abortion Policy Review Group made the following recommendations: 

  1. Repeal the relevant section of the Offense Against the Persons Act ad replace with a civil law titled " Termination of Pregnancy Act" allowing the medication termination of the pregnancy. 
  2. Develop and maintain specific centers for this activity. 
  3. Prescribe a specific age period for which abortion is legal. 
  4. Specific training for agency or organizations that offers this service.
  5. Pre and Post abortion counseling.
In conclusion , based on the research and findings both by the World Health Organization and the Abortion Policy Review Group and the current state of affairs relating to the financial position of Jamaicans, the Government's ability to provide assistance under it's programmes and the present threat of Zika Virus, the legalization of abortion by mother's con scent appears to be most suitable as a solution to some of the problem identified, coupled with social programmes and the endorsement of proper family planning could also be suitable counters which the government should take into consideration which is tantamount to its prosperity vision.

Written by Krisho Holmes, C/O Y.DAE'S ENT INC

To contact Krisho Holmes, you may email at or join the facebook page at

Jul 26, 2016

Recording Artiste Don J1 New Single "Inna Love" Now Available On iTunes

Get recording artiste Don J1 new single "Inna Love" on the "Time For Love Riddim" produced by T.357 Music Group & Pollard Records today on iTunes.

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