Jamaica Entertainment News: Jamaica Fashion, TV, Movies & Night Life - Entertainment - JamaicaObserver.com

Entertainment

Beenie Man's okay

CRYSTAL Davis — daughter of Beenie Man and former dancehall queen Carlene Smith — says her father “is doing okay” after a video surfaced on Sunday showing the entertainer fainting at the funeral of his mother in St Elizabeth. Read More

Show to go on at drive-in
AS the weather system which affected the island last weekend moves away, Palace Amusement is looking to a gradual improvement in the patronage at the New Kingston Drive-in Cinema which opened for business on Saturday.... Read More

Octavia takes spotlight
Octavia, 11-year-old daughter of singjay I-Octane, has always had a creative streak. She began writing her own poems and songs when she was five years old. Her father recognised her talents and nurtured her creative drive, hoping to get her to emerge as a major...... Read More

'Gimme back mi Benz'
ATTORNEYS representing singer George Nooks are seeking the return of his Mercedes-Benz GL 450 SUV which was seized by police during his arrest on drug charges last Thursday.... Read More

Tufton sets record straight

BY BRIAN BONITTO Associate Editor - Auto & Entertainment bonittob@jamaicaobserver.com | Monday, October, 26 2020    

DR Christopher Tufton, health and wellness minister, used his weekly COVID-19 virtual press conference to set the record straight in light of Buju Banton's recent anti-mask wearing utterance. Read More

17 for Miss Universe Jamaica semi-finals

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Monday, October, 26 2020    

FROM an astounding number of 90 entrants, only 17 were selected as semi-finalists to compete for the 2020 Miss Universe Jamaica crown. An elimination process took place on Saturday at the R Hotel in New Kingston. Read More

DJ GQ makes grand entrance

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Monday, October, 26 2020    

FLORIDA-BASED producer/radio disc jock DJ GQ always had a passion for music. As a youngster living in upper St Andrew in the 1990s, he promoted sound clashes with some of the genre's biggest sounds of the day. Read More

Gregory's legacy lives

BY BRIAN BONITTO Associate Editor -Auto & Entertainment bonittob@jamaicaobserver.com | Monday, October, 26 2020    

JUNE Isaacs, widow of reggae singer Gregory Isaacs, led a small delegation comprising close family members and friends to Dovecot Memorial Park & Crematorium in St Catherine, yesterday to mark the 10th anniversay of the entertainer's passing. Read More

Peter Tosh's daughter continues the work

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Sunday, October, 25 2020    

Niambe McIntosh, the youngest daughter of reggae legend Peter Tosh, is living up to the legacy of her late father by continuing his advocacy for equal rights and justice. Read More

Ziggy plays for the children

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Sunday, October, 25 2020    

For international reggae artiste Ziggy Marley, not enough attention is being paid to the impact of the current COVID-19 pandemic on the lives of the younger members of society. Read More

Wanted: New home for Centerstage Theatre

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Sunday, October, 25 2020    

Local theatre producers Jambiz International, operators of the Centerstage Theatre, is now searching for a new home. Read More

Original Guidance teases

Saturday, October, 24 2020    

Reggae artiste Original Guidance is optimistic as he prepares for the release of his debut album. The 15-track album titled Jah Set The Trend is slated to be released early next year. Read More

RedLyte does one for his people

Saturday, October, 24 2020    

DURING these dark days of social unrest, police brutality and overt racism, reggae singer/rapper RedLyte has delivered a powerful, socially conscious single titled Hold On My People. Read More

NecoGlock puts his heart into it

BY KEDIESHA PERRY Observer writer | Saturday, October, 24 2020    

Producer NecoGlock is looking for international success with his sophomore project, the Heart Again rhythm. Read More

Hudgins looks to more 'Muziki'

Saturday, October, 24 2020    

Miungu ya Muziki is a 15-song various artistes album slated to be released early in 2021 on the Bentley Records label imprint. Its executive producer, Michael “Beatbopper” Hudgins, is optimistic about the... Read More



ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT

Today's Cartoon

Click image to view full size editorial cartoon
ADVERTISEMENT