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#Dempiremanagement #TarrusRiley #Graveyard www.jamaicaobserver.com/entertainment/tarrus-tackles_119631 … via The Jamaica Observer

KNOWN for easy-listening ballads like She's Royal and Powerful , Tarrus Riley gets serious on Graveyard , his latest song, produced by Tariq “Rvssian” Johnston.
It looks at Jamaica's perennial crime problem, especially in communities where violence has a stranglehold.
Riley, 38, says if he met with Prime Minister Andrew Holness and Security Minister Bobby Montaque he would present possible solutions to help stem crime.
“I would want for them to physically visit these so-called crime-infested places and try to create opportunities, and try to create things for people to do, because we know that poverty and lack of resources and opportunity is also a factor in what cause crime,” he told the Jamaica Observer. “Because the devil find work for idle hands, so if the people have things to occupy their time, and there are more opportunities created and less poverty, we can eliminate crime, as we know crime and poverty go hand in hand.”
In September, Holness launched zones of special operations the Jamaican Government's latest crime-fighting effort.
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