Jamaica’s Voice Winner Inspires At NYC Performance

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Tessanne Chin at the inaugural Oracabessa Festival on May 26, 2014. Credit: Donna Mason, SunshineMedia And Communications/Facebook image)

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. May 26, 2014: The Voice Season 5 winner, Tessanne Chin, preached and skaed for Caribbean music fans in Queens, NY this evening as she headlined the inaugural Oracabessa Festival at the popular Roy Wilkins Park in Jamaica.

A seemingly slimmer Chin, flaunting her trademark hairstyle, a floral peplum top, stretchy black pants and high gold heels, told fans “all things are possible with God.”

She then broke into song with her ‘Anything’s Possible’ single that urged: “When you feel like giving up, don’t do it. Don’t waste your time with thoughts of giving up.”

Chin was among several other Caribbean acts at the festival that drew hundreds of mainly Jamaican music fans. Her performance came ahead of the release of her album, ‘Count on My Love,’ that will hit stores on June 24th.

 

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Jamaica’s Voice Winner Inspires At NYC Performance

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tessannechin

Tessanne Chin at the inaugural Oracabessa Festival on May 26, 2014. Credit: Donna Mason, SunshineMedia And Communications/Facebook image)

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. May 26, 2014: The Voice Season 5 winner, Tessanne Chin, preached and skaed for Caribbean music fans in Queens, NY this evening as she headlined the inaugural Oracabessa Festival at the popular Roy Wilkins Park in Jamaica.

A seemingly slimmer Chin, flaunting her trademark hairstyle, a floral peplum top, stretchy black pants and high gold heels, told fans “all things are possible with God.”

She then broke into song with her ‘Anything’s Possible’ single that urged: “When you feel like giving up, don’t do it. Don’t waste your time with thoughts of giving up.”

Chin was among several other Caribbean acts at the festival that drew hundreds of mainly Jamaican music fans. Her performance came ahead of the release of her album, ‘Count on My Love,’ that will hit stores on June 24th.

 

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