Sophia Brown Helps Raise Funds For Haiti


Always ready to make a difference in the lives of those in need, reggae singer Sophia Brown on Sunday February 28, represented alongside a host of fellow artistes at the Aid Haiti Telethon put on by telecommunications giant LIME in association with CVM TV and Solid Agency.


Sophia Brown, who in the past has supported a number of other charitable initiatives including the Shaggy Make A Difference Foundation, says the whole experience was a memorable one. “It felt good being at the Telethon playing my part. I accepted roughly $60,000 in pledges while at the Phone Platform and overall it was a heartwarming experience knowing it was for the people of Haiti.” She further relates an experience she had with outspoken hip hop ambassador for Haiti, Wyclef Jean. “It’s funny coz it was only recently I was coming back from Los Angeles when I had a conversation with Wyclef at the LAX Airport and he was expressing the full extent of the devastation to me so it felt good playing my part in assisting those affected,” she explained.

Brown, who has been busy in the studios, is also promoting her latest single “Love Therapy”, which recently premiered  on Hitz 92 FM in Jamaica and in the United States on the Atlanta based radio show Island Vibes on WSTU 98.1FM. Lovely Therapy is expected to do well in the international market as the follow up single to Brown’s mega hit  “Gimmie That Good Love” which is still sitting high on the E-Strip Reggae Video Charts, having held the number one spot for five consecutive weeks.

Chief Editor: Kimesha Henry