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Published:Tuesday | May 14, 2019 | 12:00 AM
Orisha sound kept has placed Jamaica on the map with their reggae pop colaboration.
Nadine Sutherland was fierce as she graced the IRAWMA red carpet.
Reggae artiste Koffee collected three awards at the IRAWMAs, a tribute to her success in the industry.
Presenters Yosefus and Moeish embrace the colour-blocking trend at the awards ceremony:“Rasta full a style.”
Olivia Grange (left), minister of culture, gender, entertainment and sport , poses with Rita Marley shortly after Marley was presented with an International Reggae and World Music Award during the 37th staging at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel.
International reggae artiste Sophia Brown graces the red carpet with a megawatt smile.
DJ Veeness from Australia celebrated her love for reggae music with red, green and gold at the IRAWMAs.
The Heptones gave a taste of original reggae music with melodious harmonies that rocked the walls at the international awards ceremony.
Mutabaruka and his partner, Jackie ‘Amba’ Cohen-Hope.

On Saturday, reggae icons, up and coming artistes and industry personels, were honored at the 37th staging of The International Reggae and World Music Awards (IRAWMA) at the Jamaica Pegasus. With positive vibrations paired with a unique blend of reggae and dancehall, Jamaican music was celebrated in fine style. Here are the social highlights.