Agent Sasco Shows Off His Trucking Skills at Mulberry Valley Estate – Watch Video

Dancehall artiste Agent Sasco might be pausing his musical career to develop Mulberry Valley Estate into an agro-ecotourism destination. The popular singer was spotted on the property in a video, showing off his trucking skills as he transported dirt. 

In the video, the Winning Right Now hit singer was extremely focused as he navigated a truck branded with the property’s title. In the caption, Sasco wrote, ““Truck Norris” 😂 @mulberryvalleyja Everyday we try to get some done. One day at a time…. #GiveThanks.”


Watch the video of Sasco below:

Jeffrey “Agent Sasco” Campbell has had a successful musical career, and he and his wife, Nicole, decided to venture into farming and tourism with the Mulberry Valley Estate they own. The 20-acre property is located in Friendship Gap in St Mary, where Sasco said there was no traffic noise. 

In describing the vision he and his wife share for the property, Sasco had said that it should be a space where “people come to experience nature and agriculture in a different way.” 

About 30 visitors will stay at the Mulberry Valley Estate when it opens to the public, according to the Jamaica Star. The property will operate on solar energy and feature mulberries, 17 lychee trees, more than 50 different types of fruit trees, and exotic fruit trees like ice-cream bean, loquat, canistel, cashew, araza, and governor’s plum.

Additionally, Sasco disclosed that since the mulberry fruit has the potential to be used to make goods like wines and preserves, they would be studying the growth of mulberries as a commercial crop in Jamaica.

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