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Dishonest European promoters hurt reggae

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Borjan Tisma After recently slamming several local reggae artistes for their unprofessionalism, Borjan Tisma has now turned his attention to the dishonest promoters applying their trade in Europe. Just over a month ago Tisma, who is based in Poland, stressed that some of the artistes are killing the reggae music business due to their unethical [...]

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‘Uncle Come’ making the rounds over the airwaves

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File Dann-I Sadeke Brooks, Staff Reporter Steadily growing as a solo act, singer Dann-I says he has been getting much attention from his new single, Uncle Come. It is not just another ‘bun’ song, but about a man who finds out that his spouse’s lover visits his home regularly and is referred to by his [...]

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Blue Ivy to get a sibling? Are Beyonc� and Jay-Z expecting a baby?

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File Jay-Z and wife, Beyonc?. Are Beyonc? and Jay-Z expecting a baby? Rumours have sparked that the couple are expecting their second child after Jay-Z changed some of his song lyrics. Numerous news outlets are reporting that Jay-Z hinted that his wife was pregnant during Beach Is Better whilst the couple performed their ‘On The [...]

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Suncity rescues new artistes with WPT

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Contributed Steve Bilings, chairman of Suncity 104.9 FM In an effort to assist up-and-coming recording artistes who have difficulties in getting their songs played on radio, Suncity 104.9 FM will introduce a new feature called World Premiere Tuesdays (WPT), effective October 7. World Premiere Tuesdays will be a feature inside the popular Current Tuesdays theme [...]

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Bobby Tenna scores with ‘Digging For Gold’

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Contributed – Bobby Tenna California-based singer Bobby Tenna, had his new single DiggingFor Gold used by Irie FM as the theme song for their live broadcast of the Jamaica High Schools Alumni tournament, held in Florida, USA. The event and the broadcast took place from the Lauderhill Sports Complex on America’s Labor Day weekend. The [...]

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Ky-Enie releases ‘Land of My Birth’ video

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Contributed – Ky-Enie In a bid to clarify his origins, reggae singer Ky-Enie has released the video and single, ‘Land of My Birth’. The artiste’s nationality has been questioned over the years, so he hopes the song will put those questions to rest. “Persons have always been confused about my origin, whether I am American [...]

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Strong support for Jah Vinci in French Guiana

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File – Jah Vinci Dancehall artiste Jah Vinci was in top form at the weekend at a concert in South America. Billed as headliner for the Le Mega Mouv at the Blue Rock in Saint Laurent, French Guiana, the Watch Yuh Friends singer delivered one of his most memorable performances, thrilling hundreds in attendance with [...]

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Konfydence Well received at Trench Town back-to-school treat

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Konfydence Insight recording artiste Konfydence was a hit at the Trench Town back-to-school treat which took place at the Big Linkz sound-system headquarters. Throughout her performance, Konfydence asked the kids questions. The ones who answered correctly were given prizes. After her performance, she was mobbed by a throng of children as she signed autographs. Konfydence [...]

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Following pork mix-up…Social media teases Natty King

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File – Natty King Shereita Grizzle, STAR Writer The court case involving the Rastafarian singer Kevin ‘Natty King’ Roberts and his wife in regards to pork meat found in the refrigerator at the couple’s residence is getting huge online attention. Since the story emerged last week, social media has been having a field day after [...]

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Ching Pow: genuine Jamaican entertainment

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File – Paul ‘Tu-Lox’ Gaynor (right), Patrick ‘Curly Lox’ Gaynor left) and and Bruce Hart stand beside the big screen shortly before one of the showings of Ching Pow: Far East Yardies. Curtis Campbell, Staff Reporter In a few years time, according tothe movie ‘Ching Pow: Far East Yardies’, many Jamaicans will have to migrate [...]

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