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Wednesday, 23 October 2019 15:24

Red Bull clash set to explode on November 2

All lyrical guns will be blazing during the inaugural Jamaica leg of the Red Bull Culture Clash, scheduled for the National Arena in St Andrew on Saturday, November 2.

Twenty-five year old artistic gymnast Danusia Francis became only the second Jamaican to qualify for gymnastics at the Olympics, with a breakthrough performance at the World Gymnastics Championships in Germany on Friday.

Wednesday, 23 October 2019 15:15

DAVIANAH DEFENDS THE 'MY MONEY' PENSION

Dancehall-reggae artiste Davianah is pumped at the early feedback to her provocative new single, 'My Money' on the Rich is Right rhythm released on the Jah Snowcone Entertainment label earlier this month. 
Dancehall artiste Big Pop is asking the members of public to desist from using social media platforms in a malicious and irresponsible manner  to lie, scam, attack, and hurt others in a number of ways.
L.A-based EDM-reggae-pop-fusion producer Chris Goldfinga is gearing up for the release of his sophomore album dubbed  “EDM Dancehall Boss” which will be powered by a lead single from dancehall maestro Vybz Kartel who teams up with Italian opera singer Chiara Ariè for a saucy track provocatively entitled 'Foreplay'.
Dancehall artiste Concrossis and the record label Forest Productions handed over to the students of Seaforth High in St. Thomas thousands of dollars worth of school supplies, and book vouchers.
Wednesday, 23 October 2019 14:59

SATIVA DI BLACK 1 WINS AWARD IN CANADA

For a second consecutive year, Charmb Production roots reggae recording artist Sativa D Black 1 and manager, Charmaine Bailey-Smith have copped awards at the Youth In Progress Awards show in Canada.

Charity begins at home. Singjay Lanae believes that Jamaican celebrities ought to focus greater efforts on tackling poverty and lending their voice to assist in social causes in Jamaica, rather than make empty gestures to assist nation states experiencing high profile disasters.

Dancehall artiste Wedda aka Sol is pleased that he played a huge part in the current trend of girl-on-girl videos which are currently de rigeur in the world of dancehall.

Wednesday, 23 October 2019 12:46

Isiah Mentor says 'God ah GO Deal with Them

Reggae artiste Isiah Mentor has a message for would-be vigilantes and citizens who engage in reprisal killings: leave all vengeance to God. The song, 'God ah Go Deal with Them', will be released officially on iTunes on his own Village Roots label this month.

"I wrote the song because I know that the ultimate punishment is from the Creator, and I want to promote a form of anti-vigilantism, I don't  feel that people should take up the law in their own hands and do reprisal killings, and that is one of the biggest problems we face today in Jamaica. We need to leave justice if you can, to the law," he said.

The song is inspired by the rash of killings of young schoolchildren, especially girls, in recent times.