[contributor : Shamari]
First there was the Yaad Swag rum, now Aidonia and Beenie Man will be endorsing Yaad Stout for Todd Industries Limited.
Speaking with THE WEEKEND STAR yesterday, Aidonia explained that he was now one of the faces of a new drink, Yaad Stout, that will be on the market by next week. The other face for the product is Beenie Man.
"It's a quality product. Mi nah just seh dat 'cause I am a part of it. Yesterday the whole day we a drink it. It kinda taste good, sweet taste, nuh too bitter," he said.
With a career that has been through many stages and faced several setbacks, Aidonia says this new endorsement deal will do a lot for his career.
"It means a lot 'cause over the years we been in the business and the first we a get dem kinda endorsement deal ya so is a good look for Aidonia as a brand, not just as an artiste. Right now a just one positive movement and thought toward the business side of the thing," Aidonia said, noting that he will be promoting the product in his songs.
Although he does not have a lot of experiencing in endorsing products, the artiste has immense confidence in his ability to endorse the new product.
"Over the years dem always seh Aidonia have a strong underground market which is the streets. So wi know seh di yute dem rate wi and wi have it lock inna di street, so wi know seh we ago do good there so cause is a street product at the end of the day. But we ago tek it pon the commercial side also. So while me get bigger commercially a so di product a get bigger too. We ago do good man 'cause the yute dem a wait pon it," he told THE WEEKEND STAR.
He noted that the product is not yet available but will be on local shelves by next week. He also said there are already talks to have Yaad Stout exported to several countries.
[Contributor : Mad Max ]
After having their visas revoked by the U.S. Embassy in Jamaica in May 2010, dancehall artists Mavado and Beenie Man will return to the U.S. in the coming weeks with separate appearances in Queens, New York: Beenie Man at a birthday celebration on August 20th at Club Amazura, and Mavado at the first annual Reggae, Rhythm and Blues Festival on September 4th at Roy Wilkins Park.
Beenie Man and Mavado weren't the only Jamaican entertainers who had their U.S. visas and work permits revoked last year — the others were deejays Bounty Killer and Aidonia and sound system selector Ricky Trooper; fellow artists Vybz Kartel and Sizzla had already lost their visas at earlier dates. The U.S. Embassy in Kingston gave no reason for revoking the visas, nor did they provide a rationale for their sudden reinstatement.
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