Ricardo Clarke has been nominated in the 2013 Bahamian Icon Awards. The reggae artist and youth development advocate, known for his school tours promoting positive messages, is a well deserved nominee in the entertainment category.
Clarke released his third album “The Uprising Vol 3: Don’t Count Me Out” this year and has enjoyed local and international success with hit singles like “Not Settling,” “Wasting No Time” and the title song off his current album “Don’t Count Me Out” as well as the follow up “For A Reason.”
Clarke has embarked on a journey of spreading positivity and promoting upliftment, realization of potential, youth support, love and faith.
About his nomination Clarke says, “I am especially honored and humbled that such a great organization, recognizing excellence in varying fields, would acknowledge my efforts. I am thrilled by the nomination but more importantly do hope that this provides inspiration to persons in pursuit of their passion.”
The Bahamian Icon Awards will take place on July 13, 2013 at the Sheraton Nassau Beach Resort in Nassau, Bahamas.
About the Bahamian Icon Awards:
The Bahamian Icon Awards celebrates greatness. The award recognizes Bahamian Citizens who have exemplified the best intentions of the Bahamian Spirit; that of excellence and achievement. Not only that, it is the defining standard by which these attributes are measured in The Bahamas and is an opportunity to create visible heroes and role models in the community while at the same time saluting those among us who have taken up the challenge to achieve greatness.