Spread the Love: The Making Of and then some…

               Right, so that song I did with Kenny Chesney, “Spread the Love,” got optioned for a music video. Naturally, the shoot took place down in the birthplace of reggae, Jamaica, particularly Kingston, where the legendary Tuff Gong studios sprouted its roots. Obviously, it wasn’t all work, but when you do what you love, when is it ever all work.
                For those of you, who don’t follow me on Instagram (@ElanAtias), I posted a few of the pics I took during my time down in Kingston. You might recognize a few faces and places. If you don’t, all good, I’ll curate with a caption or two here and there.

From wherever you come, in Jamaica, you are always welcome

Day One in Kingston: Wailer legends Seeco Pep & Fams Barrett with Kenny Chesney

Behind the scenes and behind the boards at the legendary Tuff Gong studio

 

One of the shots from the "Spread the Love" Video

I saw Jah Cure burn up the stage at Usain Bolt's Tracks and Records store

Coincidentally, Mexico played Jamaica in World Cup qualifying. I got a snap with Chicharito