18 Karat Reggae is Giving Away $350 in Cash Prizes.

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18 Karat Reggae Gold 2021 : ONENESS
18 Karat Reggae Gold 2021 : ONENESS

18 Karat Reggae and Boom Viniyard are giving away cash prizes to whoever can do the best job singing the hook and first verse of the artist’s hit song, “Thank You Jah“.

There has never been an easier way to win a lot of cash. All you have to do is send in a video submission of yourself singing the hook and the first verse of “Thank You Jah” by Boom Viniyard; and let the competition begin!

First Prize is $200, second is $100, and third prize is $50.

The submission period is from August August 11th to August 18th. 18 Karat Reggae will post submissions to to their Facebook and Instagram platforms to be voted on.

The scoring rules are as follows:

Views (1 point for each view)
Comments (2 points for each comment)
Shares (3 points for each share. Only unique shares will be counted).

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The winner will be whichever video accumulates the most total points.

The winner will be announced on Wednesday August 19, 2020.

To enter, send your video to 18 Karat Reggae on facebook, 18_Karat_Reggae on instagram, or email 18karatreggae@gmail.com.

So tell your singer friends, singjays, and friends who like to sing in the shower to enter and your friends and family to vote!

Below is the video as well the lyrics to the song. Remember you only have to sing the hook and the first verse.

Thank you, Jah you make my day.
Morning by morning your mercy’s brand new.
I’m ready to face whatever what may
Through the gloom and the haze
You see me through

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Thank you, Jah you make my day.
Morning good morning your mercy’s brand new.
I’m ready to face whatever what may
Courageous and brave woah.

Verse 1:
Last couple of months was like couple years
I’m scarred and torn and cried out of tears
The system, the harlot, and also my peers
All played a part in this nightmare.
Me myself and I, no one is to blame
I broke the vows now I feel the pain
Leaving my children in the rain
I ask not forgiveness only mercy yeah
My cars, my home, my stability
All gone, gone it’s a tragedy
I guess you can say that it was a blast
But I’ve been wrong before and this too will pass.



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