“LOVE INNA WE HEART” Official Video release at FLUXX Sundays

FLUXX Love Inna We Heartby Rebel Vibez

Love Inna We Heart” spent a total of 19 weeks on the Canadian Reggae charts on the award winning Rebel Vibez radio show (CHRY 105.5FM) and the last 8 of those being in the #1 spot which vaults it as an official “HIT“.

Since Kirk Diamond & Bob Da Builda received a Juno Nomination for the HIT single “Love Inna We Heart” there has been cause for a BIG celebration.

The Fluxx Sundays team welcomes DON DEM to officially release the video to fans and invites everyone to join them inside Luxy Nightclub, 60 Interchange Way, Vaughan this Sunday February 8th, 2015

Media Affiliates please RSVP to be guest listed. Email info@rebelvibez.ca or call (647) 230-5636

Publicity inquiries please forward to Consulting.MPR@gmail.com

OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO preview: http://youtu.be/IMZsj5rJxGQ

Usain Bolt named finalist for IAAF World Athlete of the Year

Multiple Olympic gold medalist and world champion, Usain Bolt has been named as a finalist for the IAAF World Athlete of the Year award.. thesource.com

Multiple Olympic gold medalist and world champion, Usain Bolt has been named as a finalist for the IAAF World Athlete of the Year award.. thesource.com

by Jodee Brown

Jamaican sprinting legend, Usain Bolt has once again been nominated for the IAAF’s World Athlete of the Year award, set to be awarded on November 16 in Monaco.

On Monday, the world’s governing athletics bodyannounced the three male finalists for the award, which included Bolt, a six-time Olympic gold medalist, as well as British long-distance runner, Mohamed Farahand Ukranian high jumper, Bohdan Bondarenko.

The men were selected after a month-long process involving the World Athletics Family. Female nominees for the same award will be announced on Tuesday.

Bolt, who completed the sprint double and helped retain Jamaica’s 4 by 100m relay title at this past summer’sIAAF World Championships in Moscow, has won theIAAF World Athlete of the Year the last two years and four of the last five, with 2010 being his only near miss, losing out to Kenyan 800m maestro, David Rudisha.

Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, who also achieved the sprint double at the worlds, is on a shortlist for the femaleWorld Athlete of the Year. No Jamaican female athlete has won this honor since Merlene Ottey copped it in 1990.