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Dexta remains behind bars

DEXTA Daps spent his second night behind bars at the Hunts Bay Police Station in Kingston last night. The singjay was detained on Wednesday afternoon. Read More

Love and Harmony to sail next year
THE 2020 voyage of the Love and Harmony cruise is the latest event to fall victim to the coronavirus pandemic.Organisers have taken to social media and announced that the cruise will now take place next year with the same line-up of acts.... Read More

Raw Cash aims for stars
MANCHESTER has produced a handful of popular recording artistes, including Tony Rebel and Garnett Silk.Up-and-coming deejay Raw Cash is determined to add his name to list of stars from the parish.... Read More

Rockaz to drop Heavyweight set
Heavyweight Rockaz, the first album from drum-and-bass duo Notis Heavyweight Rockaz, is scheduled for release in August. Drummer Unga Barunga told Jamaica Observer's Splash that a distributor is yet to be determined.... Read More

Ras Takura gives sound advice

By Kediesha Perry Observer writer | Friday, April, 10 2020    

Ras Takura, 2020 winner of the Mutabaruka Award for Best Poet/Spoken Word Entertainer in the International Reggae And World Music Awards (IRAWMA), is encouraging Jamaicans to adjust their diets to fight the novel coronavirus. Read More

A Dynasty in the making

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Friday, April, 10 2020    

Professional footballer Kyle Butler has joined forces with Jerome “Bhad Twin” Reynolds and Tyrique Reid to form Dynasty Records which debuts April 20 with the Private Jet rhythm. The project features songs by Jahvillani, Skillibeng, Intence, and newcomer... Read More

Twani revs up his Honda

Friday, April, 10 2020    

Comedian and blogger Twani is gaining traction with the remix of his song, Honda, which features high-riding deejay Skillibeng. Read More

The Creative way

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Thursday, April, 9 2020    

Throughout the years, music videos have been a major marketing and promotional tool for entertainers. In-demand director Oshane “Shane Creative” Junior believes even with the advent of social media, the music video remains... Read More

Music sector gets lifeline

By Anthony Lewis Observer writer | Thursday, April, 9 2020    

Karen Smith, president of the Jamaica Federation of Musicians and Affiliates Union (JFMAU), has expressed optimism that the music and creative industries will benefit from the government's COVID-19 relief package. Read More

Shevous eyes stardom

Thursday, April, 9 2020    

AS a teenager, singer/rapper Shevous admired the work of several international acts. Rhythm and blues singer Chris Brown and rappers Drake and J Cole were among his favourites. Read More

Lois Kelly Miller, class act

BY KEDIESHA PERRY Observer writer | Thursday, April, 9 2020    

THOUGH the curtains have come down on Lois Kelly Miller's life, veteran actress Fae Ellington says her rich legacy will live on. Read More

Sasco, Chris Martin put the show online

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Wednesday, April, 8 2020    

On Sunday, singer Chris Martin and deejay Agent Sasco took to social media platforms to share their music with their audience who have been forced indoors due to the Government-imposed restrictions on mass gatherings. Read More

Judy has Marcia in her prayers

BY KEDIESHA PERRY Observer writer | Wednesday, April, 8 2020    

Former I-Three, Judy Mowatt said she has not spoken to former colleague Marcia Griffiths during her time of bereavement. She, however, said she has been praying for her. Read More

Trojan hails Young, Gifted and Black

BY HOWARD CAMPBELL Observer senior writer | Wednesday, April, 8 2020    

TO celebrate the 50th anniversary of Bob Andy and Marcia Griffiths entering the British national chart with Young, Gifted And Black, Trojan Records has launched the younggiftedandblack2020.com website. Read More

Conkarah has it covered

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Wednesday, April, 8 2020    

Singay Conkarah earns his fourth title on the Current Reggae Albums Chart. On this week's Nielsen Music sales-driven table, he debuts at number eight with Reggae Pop Style , an EP comprising covers of popular songs. Read More


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