Junior Reid Gives Back in the Middle of the COVID Crisis

May 20, 2020

Junior ‘One Blood’ Reid is reaching out to the less fortunate persons in several communities in Jamaica and the people are coming out and showing the love, as the artiste is showing that he is glad for the love of the people he received over the years.

In a recent OnstageTv interview with Winford Williams, Reid explained that he took packages of necessities to many communities in the inner cities in Kingston including Water House his own community in the middle of the Covid-19 crisis.

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He revealed that he couldn’t sing about “One Blood” and don’t give back to the people who helped to put him where he his. His company JR Production the home of “One Blood” and a lot more songs that are out there. He wanted to show love to the single-mothers and other people who needed help.

Junior Reid spoke of the love he has received all over the world. In a time like this he wanted to always be there for the people.

His own family is doing good and they are taking precautions, doing social distancing and keeping hands clean to reduce the spread of the virus.

He just released a single from the Album ‘Living Legend’, the single is titled “Blue Light Red Light” it was taking off in the dancehall and getting rotation on the airway and on the social platforms, but the covid-19 caused it to slow down a bit Reid explained, but he has a video to be released soon. 

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He did a show on Mother’s Day and it was well-received by the fans, Junior Reid and the One Blood Band were there and many persons enjoyed it. Online all over the world.

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