Over the past week there has been an increase presence in the media of international super star Buju Banton surrounding his highly anticipated release from prison.
On March 30th there was an article in one of America’s leading music magazine, Billboard, sharing some of the admiration numerous music industry moguls, artist and industry movers and shakers have for Buju Banton. The article featured words from Beres Hammond, Dj Khaled, A$AP, Sirius XM the Joint Program Director Pat McKay just to name a few.
Following the release of the Billboard article, public relation power house Destine Media released a press release about the Billboard article and in closing stated “Destine Media, publicist to Buju Banton”.
Destine Media PR known for their media relations to some of the industry’s top dancehall and Reggae artist as well as working with some of music pop and rock artists like Shaggy and Fish-Bone, in the past, confirmed this acquisition and was quite pleased with the new endeavor.
“Buju Banton is the reason why I named my company, Destine, so for me to have the opportunity to represent a living legend who told me I was Destined for greatness over 20 years ago I can only sum it up to say it was destiny” says Ronnie Tomlinson president of Destine Media.
With an extensive resume of working with some of the music industry elite and high in demand artists, like Mavado, Tarrus Riley, Konshens, Jahmiel, Kabaka Pyramid there is no question why Destine Media was sought after for this position.
When asked what is the first thing on her agenda for Buju Banton she stated “Currently we just want his fans to continue chanting his greatness, continue applauding his works, which motivated, uplift and made many of us love and admire Buju Banton. We are on the countdown to re-uniting with Mark “Buju Banton” Myrie. Many of us knew this day was coming and it is officially 12•8•18. Let us continue to pray and share his word, power sound via our various platforms Reggae’s living legend, Buju Banton will return to us and we will all celebrate together” says Ronnie Tomlinson president of Destine Media and publicist to Buju Banton.
Source: The Tropixs