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  • Writer's pictureGuy Gillboa

Masicka took Chronic Law and Yaksta to give back with a treat to his community

The dancehall star together with his Umbrellas Up foundation, held a back-to-school event including treat performances

L-R: Chronic Law, Masicka & Yaksta (Kyro Smoke, Prod By Nick, Jamar Cleary)

There is still more than a month until the official return date of the children to school, on September 1st, however, it seems like 'Back To School' treatment events have begun in Jamaica.

On Thursday, moments before his impressive performance at Reggae Sumfest, dancehall superstar, Masicka together with some dancehall artistes give back to his community in Portmore under his Umbrellas Up Foundation.

The Portmore native deejay took some other dancehall artistes such as Chronic Law, Yaksta, and Nervz among other young artistes for a 'Back To School & Treat Performances for the community and particularly the kids.

"That’s a must for a star they made us what we are so we make them feel appreciated for changing our lives. The proceeds was from Masicka and his camp but as musical brothers, myself and chronic law and extension of new voices lent a helping hand to support his cause", Yaksta shared with Kaboom Magazine. "The youth was once us and as advocates of the new generation, it’s our business to make sure the youths are led in a correct accord", the Bush Lawd added.

The St. Mary native dancehall-reggae artiste as he recently released his new single 'Bush Braff' as part of Romiech Entertainment's new riddim titled 'Summa Bun'.


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