Dino Langley says It's Ok

Friday, February, 23 2018    

OVER the years Manchester has produced several top-shelf entertainers. They include Garnet Silk, Winston McAnuff, General Degree, gospel singer Glacia Robinson, Ce'Cile, Tony Rebel, and rapper Heavy D.Dino Langley is hoping to add his name to that list. Read More


By Kevin Jackson Observer writer | Friday, February, 23 2018    

 MOOD For Lovin , a song produced by Anthony Thomas featuring dancehall artiste Patexx, has been certified gold in The Netherlands. Read More

Frenchmen take control

Friday, February, 23 2018    

TONIGHT'S Bacchanal Fridays fete is expected to be hot as the Frenchmen take control of Mas Camp with RISE. On stage will be the premier soca DJs — Smoke, Back to Basics and Tony X. Read More

Vyzadon gets buzz

Friday, February, 23 2018    

NEWCOMER Vyzadon is banking on his latest single Humble to be the breakout song that he craves. Humble, produced by Spugy B and released on the Unisyzmuzik/Ubiquemuzya label, is doing the rounds. Read More

Bertram Brown: Greenwich Farm's pride and joy

BY HOWARD CAMPBELL Observer senior reporter | Friday, February, 23 2018    

With February acknowledged as Reggae Month, the Jamaica Observer salutes some of the music's unsung heroes in this daily column.   Read More

AFTER 12: Foundation REGGAE

Friday, February, 23 2018    

This is what we call real reggae. Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre on Hope Road in Kingston was the venue for 'To di Foundation', the live show under the Reggae Wednesdays banner held on February 21 and featuring some of the music's best in the form of Luciano, Mikey General, Bongo... Read More

Sadiki adds acoustic flavour to ballad

Friday, February, 23 2018    

Thirty-two years after he first heard Boris Gardiner's version of I Wanna Wake Up With You , it remains one of singer Sadiki's favourite songs. Last year he took the plunge and put his spin on the ballad first done by... Read More

Khago debuts on Billboard

By Kevin Jackson Observer writer | Thursday, February, 22 2018    

Walk A Mile, the debut album from deejay Khago, enters the Billboard Reggae Album chart at number five. Read More

Munga Honorebel gets bail extended

Thursday, February, 22 2018    

Munga Honorebel had his bail extended when he appeared in the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court in Half-Way-Tree yesterday. Read More

Fanfare at Black Panther MoBay premiere

Thursday, February, 22 2018    

MONTEGO BAY, St James - The internationally acclaimed Black Panther movie and currently the number one movie in the world premiered with much fanfare at the Palace Multiplex in the resort city of Montego Bay last Thursday. Read More

Sound advice

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter | Thursday, February, 22 2018    

For as long as he can remember, Barry O'Hare has wanted to to be involved in music and audio engineering. Read More

Bogdanovich's documentary gets NY rave reviews

Thursday, February, 22 2018    

KINGSTON, Jamaica — Jamaica-based business mogul Josef Bogdanovich is executive producer of a new documentary that is attracting rave reviews across the tightly-knit documentary film industry in the United States. Read More

Looking Rosie

By Richard Johnson Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Wednesday, February, 21 2018    

Actress Rosemary Murray is at home recovering from a recent angioplasty following a heart attack she suffered in December. Read More

Munga for court today

Wednesday, February, 21 2018    

Munga Honorebel is scheduled to appear in the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court in Kingston today.He is charged with the murder of artiste Cleveland Smith, who was shot dead on Molynes Road in Kingston on February 12, 2017. Read More

'Jack Ruby' may get his way

BY CLAUDINNE EDWARDS Observer writer | Wednesday, February, 21 2018    

 ST James Avenue in Ocho Rios, St Ann may be renamed after late music producer and sound system operator Lawrence “Jack Ruby” Lindo, whose work is synonymous with the parish. Read More


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