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Anthony, being one of those persons, shared several rhythms with me all under his Haynes Records label, which I have been sitting on for about two years. It just so happens that this is the time to unbox them. My doubts are more on the part of my personality – quiet, reserved, sort of an introvert – which many persons have used to judge my overall capabilities.” Over the years, Hayles has taken the careers of her clients, 80 per cent or more of which are men, to the next plateau while enduring sexist attitudes which have likely deterred here. other women from the industry long before they had the opportunity to imprint their names in Jamaica’s music and entertainment ‘her-story’. “Over the years, I have been told this is not a business for me, but I was not discouraged, and I continue to dismiss those claims as I develop the courage to put myself more out there. I admit, I don’t like to be turned down or embarrassed, but it takes risk to be successful in this business,” she said. “I recognise that I have to be unconventional without having to do what most females have done in the past to have their names in the know. A producer’s work may be behind the scenes, but their reputation is always on display.” Comprised of both established and upcoming acts, Hayles’ Ride Me riddim consists of tracks from oldest sister Ava ‘Sandy Star’ Hayles, known for her ‘90s hit Don’t Wanna Lose Your Love, which was recorded on the Taxi riddim remake by their uncle, Dennis ‘Dennis Star’ Hayles, and dancehall artiste Ganggoolie, as well as Star Stain from Montego Bay and 1Leedah from Portmore. Hayles was also able to secure Philadelphia-based dancehall-R&B fusion singer Mzs Quanny to record the title track, Ride Me, written by Hayles herself. “I don’t expect the track will make money, especially in these times; however, it would be good if it does.

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Man thought surgery would be covered by insurance, gets $23,000 bill She said Coeur told her her plan only allowed Atrium to charge $6,900 for the surgery, so Coeur paid $3,300, leaving $3,600 for the Carter’s. Meantime Atrium insisted there were no errors in their bill and the Carter’s are still responsible. “If you are responsible for a certain amount, if your insurance doesn’t approve it, that’s usually something discussed before you actually go in for surgery,” Casey said. Casey says no one at Atrium indicated any insurance concerns before the procedure. WBTV Investigates reached out to Coeur, who wouldn’t provide any explanation for what’s happened. WBTV also reached out to Atrium who said the problem stems from the insurance company erroneously saying Carter would be covered for things his plan doesn’t actually pay for. “We recognize this is a unique and challenging situation for Mr. Carter. Based on our research, Mr.

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