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Romeich Major in ‘Hennessy’ paradise

Regional marketing manager at J Wray & Nephew Kamal Powell (left) presents Romeich Major along with his gift of a special bottle of Hennessy Paradis at Romeich HQ in St Andrew on October 28.

Music producer and entrepreneur Romeich Major celebrated his thirty eighth birthday at an event dubbed Hennessey Top 500 held at Romeich HQ, off Waltham Park Road in St Andrew on October 28.

“Big as much as everyone who got here out to have a good time this birthday with me. I actually appreciate it. It’s an enormous success,” said Romeich.

The event, sponsored by Hennessy Jamaica, ensured their ambassador had the most effective of the most effective from the event’s mystical setup to his lavish gifts.

Regional marketing manager for J Wray & Nephew Kamal Powell was available to affix within the celebrations and presented Romeich along with his special gift.

“Comfortable birthday to Romeich. Today we’re presenting him with a really special bottle of Hennessy Paradis which was specially flown in only for his birthday. Big up in your ‘earthstrong’ mi boss and on behalf of Hennessy, it’s one other milestone for the work you could have done within the industry of music,” he said.

The Hennessy Paradis is a rare eaux-de-vie cognac that has been aged for as much as 130 years.

Romeich expressed because of the J Wray & Nephew representatives who he says have been like a family to him over time.

“The group company of J Wray & Nephew that’s now Campari has been a family for a few years and we affi big dem up because they’re an enormous a part of me becoming Romeich Entertainment. Suh all a unnu Wray & Nephew family up deh suh unnu, just know seh a nuh just work and di money weh unnu gimmie, unnu a family to mi suh big up and love all di while,” he shared.

One thing was certain and that was the colourful energy that swept the scene and permeated the magical atmosphere. In true ‘Top 500’ style, the movers and shakers were out of their numbers absorbing the fun. Spotted were the likes of senior government advisor and communications strategist, Delano Seiveright, philanthropist Aunty Donna, local designer Errice Alicia, Protege, Kemar Highcon, Ding Dong, and lots of others. There was also a spontaneous appearance from international stars USA-based comedian Major Hype and actor, and comedian, Cedric The Entertainer.

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