See magazine-exclusive pics of Jamaica Marlene in the August 2008 issue of FHM!
PHOTOGRAPHY: KEIES SOGUILON OF INDIOS BRAVOS
INTERVIEW: ALEX C. PAITA
STYLING: LIZ ANNE BAUTISTA
MAKEUP: RIA GAMBOA OF 4NARS
Unlike the image her name conjures—that of a big-haired, copper-toned, probably Rastafarian lady—Jamaica Marlene is a thin, fair-skinned lass who looks too young to know that “joint” may not only pertain to a fast-food chain. But it will take a lot of talking to get to know her—that she’s 26, loves the arts and music (not just reggae), and engages in extreme sports on a weekly grind. And that she, indeed, knows how to roll…
Welcome to jam-rock
My mom told me that when she was pregnant with me, a voice out of nowhere just whispered, “Jamaica.” But she says she likes reggae, too, and how it is in Jamaica. But I haven’t been there.