Basseterre, St. Kitts, 29th October 2019 -- Performing Artiste Lightning Storm, who was born in St Maarten, is giving back to the children of St Kitts and Nevis.
More known for his basketball skills, he shocked everyone, when he transitioned to music. Lightning Storm’s musical career catapulted when he graced the stage on the Buju Banton show in 2007, at Festival Village in St Maarten. Since then, he is based in Holland.
He was raised by his great grandmother and aunt in Newtown, St. Kitts and also his grandmother in Charlestown, Nevis. He also attended school in the Federation. As his roots are from St Kitts and Nevis, he has decided to give back.
He has teamed up with local author Mosi Mandisa, to be the brand ambassador of the Caribbean Vybes Children Series using the title TEAM LSM.
Team LSM has committed to donating Book 1 in the Series, Cari and the Talking Bird, to all primary schools in the Federation. Team LSM has partnered with businesses, such as National Caribbean Insurance to expand the donation.
Additionally, he has co-authored Book 2 in the Series. The title of the book is Cari, BB and the Lost Artifact.
Team LSM thanks Mr. Cedric Jeffers and staff for supporting the vision. For individuals and businesses who want to purchase or donate books, contact Team LSM at (869) 764-9669.
Furthermore, Team LSM will be initiating a reading program called Launching Strong Minds for slow but capable readers, in an effort to brighten minds.
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