Entertainment

TK Kiss drops new single

Friday, September, 1 2017    

Spanish Town-based singer TK Kiss is hoping that her latest single, Same Us, will leave its listeners in a reflective mood. The song is a collaborative effort with female singjay Yung Koolie. Read More

Feluke needs to remove tumour

Friday, September, 1 2017    

A campaign is currently underway to assist the medical expense of reggae singer Feluke.The entertainer, who is currently battling stage four colon cancer, will need at least US$40,000 to undergo an operation in Mexico to remove the tumour. Read More

Bunji Turn Up the volume

By Howard Campbell Observer senior writer | Friday, September, 1 2017    

AN artiste's career can go off the boil or die if they don't release the obligatory annual album. But four years since his breakthrough album, Bunji Garlin believes he is as fresh as ever. Read More

Rad Dixon, Teacha Dee STANDING UP FOR KIDS

Friday, September, 1 2017    

MANCHESTER-BORN singer Rad Dixon and Germany-based Teacha Dee is denouncing violence against children in their latest single Keep the Children Safe . Read More

Folk Singers gets back to roots

Thursday, August, 31 2017    

THIS year marks the 50th anniversary of the Jamaican Folk Singers, and the group is marking its golden milestone during its 2017 concert season at the Little Theatre in St Andrew on September 9 and 10. Read More

Jayds chronicles life's experiences

Thursday, August, 31 2017    

THE harsh reality of growing up in the ghetto is chronicled in Weh We Come From , the latest single from newcomer Jayds. The song, produced by 4th Genna Music, was released earlier this month. Read More

Sasco readies new album

Thursday, August, 31 2017    

Agent Sasco (aka Assassin) is preparing to release a new album in the first quarter of 2018. The yet-to-be-titled set will comprise 15 tracks. Read More

Getting to the Coore

BY BRIAN BONITTO Associate Editor — Auto & Entertainment bonittob@jamaicaobserver.com | Thursday, August, 31 2017    

FORTY years ago, Third World released their seminal album 96 Degrees In The Shade. That same year, 1977, Bob Marley dropped the acclaimed album Exodus. Both were recorded at Island Records founder Chris Blackwell's Basing Street Studios in London. Read More

Ken Boothe for MoBay Hip Strip's 'Sunday Sip'

Thursday, August, 31 2017    

Come this Sunday the Hip Strip in Montego Bay should be abuzz with excitement as vintage singer Ken Boothe brings some life to that section of the tourist capital. Read More

Few signatures for Miss Lou

By Richard Johnson Observer senior reporter | Wednesday, August, 30 2017    

WITH a week to go before the petition expires urging the Government to make folklorist Louise Bennett Coverley an “official national icon”, the signatures are only six per cent of its target. Read More

Beenie Man under fire

Wednesday, August, 30 2017    

BEENIE Man appeared not to have lived up to his headline billing at the Spring Festival at Alexandra Sports Club in Harare, Zimbabwe, last Saturday night. Read More

Azkella off with a bang

Wednesday, August, 30 2017    

NEWCOMER Azkella is soaking up the spotlight with her sizzling debut single Ease The Stress . Read More

Benji hopes to Run the Place

Wednesday, August, 30 2017    

Benji Hype is seeking to capitalise on the buzz around Run the Place, released August 21. Read More

A matter of 'Stylez'

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Wednesday, August, 30 2017    

Back to My Roots, the debut album from Portmore-based artiste IamStylezMusic, debuts at number one on the Billboard Reggae Album chart for the week ending September 9. Read More

After 12: Elegant Spanglers Ball (Take 1)

Wednesday, August, 30 2017    

The promoter himself, Shizzle Spanglers, also known as Grabba Lord, set the tone for his Elegance in Colours Edition of Spanglers Ball staged on August 6 at 17 Studio One Boulevard. So it was only natural that his patrons would seek to dazzle, especially knowing that... Read More



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