Gospel artist hopes for positive changes in youths
One gospel recording artiste is planning to use his talent and that of others with the hope of bringing attention to the plague that seems to be causing young people their lives.
Kester Dean who is no stranger to the local music industry believes music seems to be the universal language.
The event “Cut it off Guyana tour” will feature several Jamaican artistes as an example to young people here that they too can become positive role models in their home land and abroad.
Dean stressed that other Guyanese artistes are on board with the tour that seeks to reach out to the young minds.
“Cut it off Guyana tour” will start on January 31 and will run until February 2nd. The tour will not only be held in Georgetown but other parts of the country like Esseqiobo. Tickets for the event are on sale at selected stores countrywide.