Contact Carol Allen, (416) 268-2965 or email queenofbeauty7@yahoo.ca for all of your personal skin care and make-up needs


"Satisfying cravings one taste at a time" - Call Chef Lee Allen at (647) 704-7979 for your personal meal plans and catering needs - Serving the Greater Toronto Area

Sunday, November 15, 2020

Gucci Mane vs Jeezy - Thurs Nov 19th @ 8p ET!


IT’S OFFICIAL ‼️ Welcome to #VERZUZ season 2. 

💥 Gucci Mane vs Jeezy

Thursday, November 19th, 5PM PT / 8PM ET. Watch on Verzuz IG or in HD on Apple Music.

Drinks by Ciroc.


Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Alison Hinds vs Patrice Roberts, Wed Oct 28th! @ 8p ET

 Soca music lovers! 

Tonight @ 8p

Alison Hinds vs Patrice Roberts

Stream on the following platforms:

@alisonhinds on IG

@patriceroberts1 on IG

Digicel Barbados on Facebook

Digicel Trinidad on Facebook

Digicel D'play App







Sunday, October 25, 2020

National Jamaican Jerk Day Virtual Celebration on VP Records YouTube Channel - Sun Oct 25th @7p ET!

Happy National Jamaican Jerk Day! 

Check out my IG page @FabChic_MzAllen for some of the recipes that I've been making over the summer which include Jerk Chicken Lettuce Wraps with Mango Pineapple Slaw, Jerk Chicken with Spicy Southwest Kale Salad and Jerk Shrimp!


It's all about the sauce! 

Also, check out the two-hour live stream of the “Best of Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival” on the VP Records YouTube channel tonight, Oct 25th at 7p ET! 

It will feature live performances, cooking segments and more!

Check the article here for all the scoop.

Volunteer Position for Manifesto Organization in Toronto - Chairperson, Board of Directors


Hello all,

This Volunteer Position was sent to me.  Feel free to forward to your networks.

Manifesto Organization is  Recruiting a New Chairperson for the Organizations Board of Directors!

Manifesto creates spaces – both physical and digital – that inspire, develop, and amplify diverse communities of young people through arts, culture and media.


Founded in 2007, Manifesto is one of Canada’s premier contemporary youth arts and culture platforms, producing carefully curated programming in music, visual arts, dance and more for over 14 years. Through concerts, art shows, block parties, workshops, summits, pop ups, and our flagship Manifesto Festival of Community & Culture, we reflect the beauty, talent and ideas of our city back on itself – helping to fuel an ongoing cycle of creation, expression and inspiration. We put a focus on cultivating local arts, culture and community both on and off stage – by providing platforms for local artists to grow, enriching experiences and content for young people to share, and inspiring spaces for young creatives to connect with each other. Started and run by young people, Manifesto helps create countless volunteer, internship and employment opportunities – powering a multidisciplinary talent and training incubator for future leaders. We help build careers, foster community connections and nurture civic pride – all while contributing to the vitality of the city we love.

As a registered non-profit, all Board member positions are voluntary. We are grateful for community members who have contributing in the Manifesto Board Chair position in the past: Adrienne Lorico, Miro Oballa, Garvia Bailey, Kehinde Bah, Shavonne Hasfal-McIntosh and Che Kothari.

The Director shall be elected for a term of up to two (2) years. A Director shall not serve for more than six (6) consecutive years, at which point the Director would be required to resign. No Director who has resigned will be eligible for nomination until at least one (1) year has elapsed since resignation.

Please submit applications to board@mnfsto.com by November 1st, 2020 at 11:59 PM (EST)

Click on the link here to Apply 

Saturday, May 23, 2020

Beenie Man vs Bounty Killer IG Battle on @VerzuzTV - My Thoughts

This was the best battle so far during the pandemic! @verzuztv you delivered!

I've been privileged to see both @kingbeenieman and @grunggaadzilla in concert separately.

For fans of reggae dancehall, this was special. To witness two of #Jamaica's greatest entertainers in the same location, with live DJs, clean sound, clear visuals was just perfect. It was like watching them in concert.  I don't  think anyone expected them to be in the same space. We thought that we were getting the typical split screen that we've become accustomed to during these battles with one artist calling the other and they each play their songs and explain a bit of the history of the song. But it was so much more! They were live! They were vibing, joking and genuinely loving every minute, even taking jabs at each other while introducing their songs. It was everything we needed during this crazy time.

Personally, I grew up listening to both and enjoy their music equally.  I don't really care who won. They proved that they each could hold their own. They didn't even do all of their songs, but it doesn't matter.  To see dancehall on IG's platform with 470,000K watching for an hour and a half from all over the world, that speaks volumes. This was for the culture.

They didn't let the brief visit from police stop them  or disrupt the flow.  Beenie wasn't having it. He made sure that  they knew there was a live performance happening in front of plenty people. They left after a few minutes, but it makes you wonder if someone sent them there out of spite.

Real fans will remember this night forever!  Thank you Moses and Rodney.  Much respect.


Beenie Man vs Bounty Killer Clash @Verzus on Instagram - Sat May 23rd!

                          Me and Beenieman, Reggae Sumfest, Jamaica 2007

              Bounty Killer - Welcome to Jamrock Cruise, Jamaica 2019

#Reggae Music Fans!

Are you ready???? Two of the greatest #dancehall artists of the century!



Tonight on @verzuztv

8p ET