Grange: Dalton set to become global megastar

Dalton Harris, 2018 X Factor winner Dalton Harris, 2018 X Factor winner

London December 2, 2018 – The Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment & Sport, the Honourable Olivia Grange, has congratulated Jamaica’s Dalton Harris on winning The X Factor talent competition in the United Kingdom on Sunday (today).

Minister Grange said Harris’ win was a “well deserved victory for a young man with immense talent who works very hard.”

Minister Grange — who attended the final of The X Factor on her way from a meeting of the UNESCO Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage in the Republic of Mauritius — said Harris’ victory “caps a very good week for the promotion and celebration of Jamaican musical talent.”

Minister Grange said:

“Dalton’s victory comes at a time when the world is celebrating Jamaica’s most important musical creation, Reggae, which UNESCO added to its list of intangible cultural treasures for humanity. And here comes another Jamaican treasure in the form of Dalton Harris who has now won The X Factor, after winning our local Rising Star, has shown to the world the kind of talent we produce in Jamaica and is now set to become a global megastar. I couldn’t be happier for his success.”

 

HM Grange and Dalton
Entertainment Minister, Honourable Olivia Grange and 2018 X-Factor winner Dalton Harris

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