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"TV Kids Show Will Let Young People Express Themselves"

[Share Newspaper, April 10, 2008]

Kerland Brown knows all about the negative stereotypes that African-Canadians face and their harmful impact.

That's why he's pledged to use his creative abilities to produce uplifting programs that will help young people, especially those who come from disadvantaged backgrounds, find their place in society.

Through his multimedia organization, Elite Media, Brown launched a kids TV show, Gonna Be A Star, which will premiere on June 21 at the Marcus Garvey Centre in Toronto.

"I wanted to create an outlet for young people to express themselves in a positive way," said Brown. "Many of our young people are talented, but don't have an opportunity to showcase their talent for various reasons.

"This show will feature interviews that will bring out the articulation abilities of our youths, cultural performances, a music video and a family trip. It will be packaged into a 30-minute presentation that I know will present our kids in an uplifting way, which is something they deserve."

Brown's son, seven-year old Fairbanks Elementary School student, Omri Brown, is one of the stars in the TV show that also features 13 year-old award winning and critically acclaimed writer and motivational speaker, James Valitchka, who has published eight books.

His latest novel, Greater Expectations, addresses the many challenges teens face, including cyber bulling and teen pregnancy.

Filming took place recently at the Town Talk restaurant in Toronto.
- Share Newspaper, Ron Fanfair


The following tracks are getting radio airplay:
1. Gonna Be A Star
2. My Faith
3. Starting All Over
4. Enemies
5. Mamma One Of These Days
6. Bad Minded Rydim
7. One Day Remix



“My spiritual connection with my music is the origin of the depths of my over standing, it is simple, effective and as close to perfection as possible; my intention is to perform a thorough job within the international music market towards global recognition.”

Twenty eight years old Sagittarian / Capricorn, “The Face of Righteousness1” hails from Rose Hill district in St. Mary, noted that the message he has, must become an individual promise and a token to his audience, with the development of his debut album, he feels that dedication to the music is instrumental for good, clean, conscious vibes as it speaks it’s own “language of life”. “My mood coincide with the changes of life, and as an entertainer, by performance, it must be an art and a science. The methodology of delivering my performance must be an orchestrated one, not void, but filled with audience expectation that will eventually bring forth satisfaction”.

The Righteousness1 has been busy behind the scenes working with some of the best in the reggae music industry. His catalogue includes Merciless, Tanya Stephens, Lukey D, Tony Curtis, Roundhead and Leroy Sibbles. Through out all producing, arranging, performing, working, he still finds time to write songs for other artist. Righteousness1 had the honor of sharing stage with the likes of, Tanya Stephens, Charlie Chaplin, Half Pint, Brigadier Jerry and Capleton the fireman, Chuck Fender, Pinchers and many more. Righteousness1 has been making a name for himself in his home town of Toronto with some blazing performances at Jamaica day, Cameron house, All white affair, Culture fest, Town Talk restaurant and bar, Notorious, Club mirage to name a few, “I am here for the people and I will always give them their money’s worth and more” says a focused and determined Righteousness1.