JM | Mar 7, 2023

Agent Sasco honoured by Harvard University

Tamoy Ashman

Tamoy Ashman / Our Today

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Jamaican deejay Jeffrey E. Campbell, better known as Agent Sasco (centre) holds his award from the Harvard University Caribbean Club (Photo: Instagram @agentsasco)

Jamaican deejay Jeffrey E. Campbell, better known as Agent Sasco, was honoured by the Harvard University Caribbean Club with its ‘Entertainer of the Year Award’.

The recognition came during the sixth annual jubilee ‘Many Nations: One Family – Celebrating Our People, Progress, and Prosperity’.

The event held on Saturday (March 4), was used to celebrate the colourful and diverse nature of the Caribbean. It highlighted various aspects of Caribbean culture, inclusive of the region’s food, art language and customs that reflect a multiplicity of identities.

In a post on his Instagram account, Sasco said: “I am honoured and grateful,” sharing a clip with his award.

The Harvard club referred to the 40-year-old musician as a master Jamaican artiste, producer in an introductory statement posted on the deejay’s page.

Agent Sasco (Photo: Tidal)

“His reputation for consistency and versatility shines when he seamlessly pivots from the free-spirited and raw energy of Dancehall music to the conscious messaging of Roots Reggae, to his scene-stealing hip-hop guest appearances,” the club said in the statement.

Agent Sasco has collaborated with many award-winning international artistes such as Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar and Future. On the local scene he has also found commercial success through collaborations with Romaine Virgo, Popcaan, Bounty Killa and Kranium.

He has also released his own fair share of solo musical hits such as Banks of the Hope, Winning Right Now and Grateful.

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