Director of the Hits and Jams Entertainment company, Kerwin Bollers will be among several big names in the Caribbean’s music industry participating in the Island Music Conference, which is being hosted in Jamaica.
The event, which is the brainchild of reggae star, Shaggy, is geared towards recognising and supporting the growth and development of Caribbean music in the international music industry.
The conference will bring together Artistes, Managers, Producers, Label Executives, Publishers, Distributors and other key players in the industry.
This year’s event will be panel driven with a focus on developing and sustaining the music industry in a post-pandemic world.
Mr. Bollers will be participating on a panel discussion that will examine the changing content of music for a changing world.
He said he is overwhelmed with the invitation to the conference and looks forward to sharing his experiences as a producer, event organiser, entertainer and radio station director.
The event is being supported by the Ministry of Culture in Jamaica.