The newly crowned road March winners have received a second important donation from a businessman who was chiefly responsible for the quartet copping the title.
Wayne Bullen of Wayne’s Auto Rental and Sports Bar has presented a laptop to the leader of the Cloud Five group, Jason Phillip to aid in the convenient preparation of future material.
Bullen who donated the funds to have the team record their monster hit “No Behaviour” says that the second gesture is one that should result in even greater productions from the boys.
He disclosed that having learnt of the hardship faced by Phillip, where he has to await his siblings’ retiring to bed before he can use their computer/laptop speaks to a great level of inconvenience for the young and talented Bishop’s College student.
Phillip and other members of the team (Prince “Lil Scout” Andrews, Kevin KC Cudjoe and Shaquille Melo Jones) along with their manager, Kisha McFarlane, collectively expressed their gratitude to Mr. Bullen for once again coming to their aid and assistance.