Ron­dell Pos­i­tive re­leases new song at 2018 launch of ‘Heart Praise’

Jamaica Gleaner - - ENTERTAINMENT -

RON­DELL POS­I­TIVE re­lease his lat­est song, Stress­less Dance, at the launch of the ninth stag­ing of Heart Praise Wor­ship Fest, at the Courtleigh ho­tel on Tues­day.

“The inspiration for Stress­less Dance is my 1-year-old daugh­ter Reign, who is ac­tu­ally fea­tured on the song. She is such a joy­ful child, and she has no stress. One of the things I learnt from her is that this is re­ally how we are to live. We are not sup­posed to be bom­barded and weighed down by every­thing that is happening around us. We are ac­tu­ally sup­posed to be liv­ing life, know­ing that we are go­ing through life and we are not stag­nant. Even Jesus in­vites us to come to Him when heav­ily ladened, and He will give us rest. So why we full up a stress?” said Pos­i­tive.

He also out­lined the fo­cus for the 2018 stag­ing of Heart Praise Wor­ship Fest, and will be en­cour­ag­ing ev­ery­one who at­tends to take on this stress­less at­ti­tude and re­lent­lessly pur­sue their pur­pose.

“I have learnt so much from the joy and life of my daugh­ter, and its re­flected even in this year’s stag­ing of Heart Praise. We want ev­ery­one who at­tend to leave know­ing that pur­pose is call­ing. There is a rea­son that you’re still here. There is some­thing that only you can ful­fil, and we want to tell that to the world.”


Heart Praise Wor­ship Fest is an an­nual, fam­ily-fo­cused con­cert held on Labour Day at Colonel’s Cove, St Thomas. This year’s per­for­mances will fea­ture an all-Ja­maican line-up of artistes, in­clud­ing Ron­dell Pos­i­tive, Kevin Down­swell, Ity El­lis, Kathy ‘Tan Deh Deh’ Grant, Ki­mola Brown-Lowe, Rhoda Is­abella, Ali­cia Tay­lor and Kevin Heath. Not only does the event prom­ises in­spi­ra­tional and whole­some en­ter­tain­ment, but it pro­vides an op­por­tu­nity to give back to the par­ish of St Thomas.

Born out of his de­sire to give back to his home par­ish, Heart Praise Wor­ship Fest was cre­ated by Ron­dell Pos­i­tive and Ron­dell Pos­i­tive Mu­sic to as­sist in re­build­ing the East­ern Par­adise Prep School and bring qual­ity fam­ily en­ter­tain­ment to east­ern Ja­maica. In the years since the first Heart Praise, part pro­ceeds from the con­cert have gone to­wards giv­ing com­put­ers and other equip­ment to schools, pro­vid­ing Heart Praise Great Start scholarships at the pri­mary and sec­ondary lev­els, along with other ini­tia­tives, such as Care A Hair, the Heart Praise Am­bas­sador Pro­gramme, and Com­mu­nity Treats.

Rhoda Is­abella (left), Ali­cia Tay­lor and Ron­dell Pos­i­tive per­form­ing ‘Keep­ing Me Alive’ at the press brief­ing to launch Heart Praise Wor­ship Fest 2018.


From left: Pop­u­lar co­me­dian and host of Heart Praise Wor­ship Fest Ity El­lis, gospel artiste and founder of Heart Praise Wor­ship Fest Ron­dell Pos­i­tive, and Tommy Cowan, CEO of Glory Mu­sic and pro­ducer of Fun in the Son.

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