Today we have a special series of "Behind the Seams" as we will be interviewing the honorees of Queens of Reggae island Honorary Ceremonies ( QORIHC ) 2016 which will be held this Sunday at Courtleigh Auditorium at 7.P.M. QORIHC is an Award Show that under the distinguished patronage of the mayor of Kingston - Dr Angella Brown Burke, will honor eight females in the Arts and Entertainment fraternity of Jamaican culture receive well deserved recognition for their years of service and dedication. Today , Haute People goes "Behind the Seams" with a Pioneer in the Reggae/Dancehall Industry , Sister Nancy.
H.P: Tell us about your very 1st performance?
S.N: My first performance was in Cambridge in St Andrew Hills on a sound named Chalice. I was very nervous and the performance wasn't that great but it started me and I knew what I had to do.
H.P: How as Music shaped your life personally?
S.N: Music is everything that has shaped my life. I was born into Music, Eat and live. From then until now music has been there.
H.P: What kind of message do you want people to get when they listen to your Music?
S.N: People get positive vibration when they listen to my music. Positivity all around, always think positive and be confident.
H.P: How does it feel being an Honoree at QORIHC 2016?
S.N: It is a pleasure and a big thing because its all ladies and all these women are deserving of the award and I deserve it.
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