Amidst the ongoing social unrest that has left various sects of the Jamaican society at odds with the Government, dancehall firefly and humanitarian, D’Angel has once again stepped to the fore lending her support to the ‘Music For Life’ concert staged at the Ranny Williams Entertainment Center on Saturday, May 29.

The concert a charity event spearheaded by The Lawman Lynch Foundation (LLF) is aimed at raising funds for Jamaica's most marginalized and vulnerable children. Other featured acts included Reggae crooner Tarrus Riley, Ryan Mark, Omari, Nadine Sutherland, Kiprich, Gyptian, Bob Andy, Empress, G-Whizz among others.

Following the concert she departed the island for New York where she is schedule to perform at the Memorial Weekend ‘Tempo Presents’ and the ‘Celebrity Football Match’ on May 31 at the Roy Wilkins Park. The line-up will feature the Jamaica 1998 World Cup Team versus a Recording Artiste All-Star team.

D’Angel, the current campaign face and spokesperson for several major brands in Jamaica including, Coke Zero, Digicel and G-Force, earlier this week inked another major endorsement deal with a financial institution. This will see her becoming the company’s official spokesperson. More details surrounding the deal will be released to the press at a later date.

D’Angel is also confirmed for the Little Ochi Seafood Festival on July 12th.