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Where will Toots be buried?

There is still no word on where the remains of renowned reggae pioneer Frederick “Toots” Hibbert will be buried. Read More

'More growth needed in creative sector'
ROGEN “Ruption” Walker, co-founder of RD Studios, believes while there are strides in the area of local content creation, more growth is needed.... Read More

Answele drops video for Jah is in Control
His latest single, Jah is in Control , was inspired by his personal struggles. Therefore, it was important for singer/musician Answele to deliver a video that would capture the essence of the song.... Read More

Chronic Law talks protection
Chronic Law is one of several acts featured on the infectious Solid Heart rhythm, and producer Rowane “Drop Top” Melhado is pleased with his contribution.... Read More

Keeping the faith

BY BALFORD HENRY Observer senior reporter balfordh@jamaicaobserver.com | Saturday, September, 26 2020    

Faith Russell, the charitable diasporan who comes home annually to embrace other Jamaicans with disabilities, says all COVID-19 protocols will be fully observed at her treat today at Sts Peter and Paul Roman Catholic Church on Old Hope Road, St Andrew. Read More

Inpha Reblitive gets the point

By Kediesha Perry Observer writer | Saturday, September, 26 2020    

Up-and-coming deejay Inpha Reblitive is ecstatic about being featured on the Body Language Rhythm with some of dancehall's finest. Read More

Ovarall gives God THANKS

Saturday, September, 26 2020    

ON-THE-RISE deejay Ovarall says Jamaica has experienced some turbulent political years. He is, however, giving God praises for a peaceful 2020 General Election. His latest song, Give God Thanks, speaks to that. Read More

Shawn ICE INKS deal

Saturday, September, 26 2020    

Singjay Shawn Ice sees his career moving to the next level after inking a joint management deal with Acclaim PR and Brown Gang Management in the United States. Read More

GOOD TO GO

BY BRIAN BONITTO Associate Editor — Auto & Entertainment bonittob@jamaicaobserver.com | Saturday, September, 26 2020    

BIANCA Samuels, one of three attorneys-at-law representing incarcerated dancehall deejay Shawn Storm, is delighted at yesterday's judgement which granted leave for the entertainer's murder conviction be appealed in the the United Kingdom Privy Council, along with his... Read More

StarFace shines on Buffalo Souljah song

Friday, September, 25 2020    

South African dancehall artiste Buffalo Souljah is hoping to make a breakthrough locally. An avid fan of Jamaican music, his latest single Family features StarFace.Family was produced by Jerome Elvie and is featured on the Gold Leaf rhythm. Read More

Raine Seville keeps busy

Friday, September, 25 2020    

Though the novel coronavirus has put the brakes on the entertainment industry, singjay Raine Seville says it is important for artistes to keep busy — which is what she did as the pandemic surged. Read More

Footsteps tramples on racism

BY KEDIESHA PERRY Observer writer | Friday, September, 25 2020    

BRITISH-JAMAICAN singjay Footsteps has teamed up with UK-based dancehall artiste Big Zeeks to tackle the issue of racial discrimination with the track Bad Breed (Afro/Caro). Read More

Brother Wonder seeks to inspire

Friday, September, 25 2020    

GOSPEL singjay Brother Wonder believes Jamaica's youth should draw closer to the Lord. He appeals to them on his latest single Grace . Read More

Let's hear it for the girls

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, September, 25 2020    

At least three female Jamaican artistes have inked recent deals which sees them becoming the face of international brands. Read More

Kanye queries

BY BRIAN BONITTO Associate Editor — Auto & Entertainment bonittob@jamaicaobserver.com | Thursday, September, 24 2020    

KANYE West's compliance to Jamaica's COVID-19 protocols, including the mandatory 14-day quarantine period, came up for discussion at a virtual media briefing hosted by Prime Minister Andrew Holness at Jamaica House in St Andrew on Tuesday. Read More



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