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Carlene Davis adds flavour to classic

BY KEDIESHA PERRY Observer writer | Wednesday, June, 10 2020    

AS many Jamaicans feel desolate due to the COVID-19 pandemic, gospel artiste Carlene Davis hopes to render reassurance through her latest single. Read More

Causion battling cancer

Wednesday, June, 10 2020    

ANTIGUA and Barbuda's reggae singer Causion is currently in the United States and is being treated for Stage 3 colon cancer.“Never in my wildest dreams did I ever think I would be in this position,” said Causion. Read More

Binns makes a Statement

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Wednesday, June, 10 2020    

AFTER taking a two-year break from music, singer Marvin Binns returned last year with the six-track EP titled Statement. Read More

A star-studded festival

BY BRIAN BONITTO Associate Editor --- Auto & Entertainment bonittob@jamaicaobserver.com | Wednesday, June, 10 2020    

SEVERAL high-profile acts are among this year's finalists in the Jamaica Festival Song Competition, tentatively slated for July. Read More

Tony Anthony wakes them up

By Howard Campbell Observer senior writer | Tuesday, June, 9 2020    

ON May 25 as the cellphone recording of a white police officer suffocating a black man in Minneapolis went viral, Canada-based singer Tony Anthony was among the millions shocked by the graphic footage. Read More

Antonio Rolle takes it to Another Level

By Kevin Jackson Observer writer | Tuesday, June, 9 2020    

A near-death situation led singer and songwriter Antonio Rolle to pursue a career in gospel music. At three, he was diagnosed with brain cancer, but has since made a full recovery. Read More

No, no, no!

BY BRIAN BONITTO Associate Editor -- Auto & Entertainment bonittob@jamaicaobserver.com | Tuesday, June, 9 2020    

KAESTNER Smith, president of the two-year-old Entertainers of Jamaica Association (EJA), said he is in total disagreement with recent assertions made by Karen Smith, head of the Jamaica Federation of Musicians and Affiliates Union (JFMAU), who urged the Government to place a ban on... Read More

10 Questions with Ce'Cile

Monday, June, 8 2020    

SINGJAY Ce'Cile (given name Cecile Charlton) first appeared on the music scene in 2001 on a collaboration with Sean Paul called Can You Do The Work... Read More

Starface takes a stand

Monday, June, 8 2020    

Child abuse and sexual assault of minors aren't easy topics to talk about. That's why dancehall deejay Starface is intent to use her platform to break this cycle of cruel adult behaviour towards children. Read More

Protesters, soldiers go Electric

By Kediesha Perry Observer writer | Monday, June, 8 2020    

FOR the past two weeks, several states in the United States (US) have seen violent protests over the brutal killing of George Floyd by the police. However, some protesters in Atlanta, Georgia, seemed to have cooled off on Friday, as they and members of the US National Guard were caught... Read More

Gratitude is a must

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Sunday, June, 7 2020    

PRIOR to the COVID-19 pandemic, Earl Brown was continuing his successful run on the local theatre stage. Read More

Pazzion Ministry gives praise

Sunday, June, 7 2020    

GOSPEL artiste Daniel “Pazzion Ministry” Reid has released his latest single Watch Me Praise.According to the 25-yearold who fancies himself as a deejay, the new song marks a new phase in his growth and development as a gospel act. Read More

Whither Sting?

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Sunday, June, 7 2020    

THE recent staging of the Verzuz online musical clash between dancehall heavyweights Beenie Man and Bounty Killer continues to dominate conversation within the entertainment fraternity, and has even revived talk of a return of Sting, the Boxing Day stage show which popularised the... Read More

A third serving of Digicel Unplugged

Saturday, June, 6 2020    

'DIGICEL Unplugged', the third staging in its online concert series for the year, is scheduled for this Sunday. Konshens, Teejay, and Kemar Highcon are slated to perform, starting at 6:00 pm. Read More

Good Samaritans descend on Ramble

Saturday, June, 6 2020    

RESIDENTS of Ramble in St Mary were the recipients of much-needed care packages recently, courtesy of the Past Students' Association of the Ramble Primary School. Read More


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