Yesterday takes patrons down memory lane

Saturday, August, 18 2018    

The pre-Independence staging of Yesterday: Best of the 90s, was a huge success.Promoted by GLK Entertainment, the event was held at the Mas Camp in St Andrew on Saturday, August 4.It featured the musical stylings of DJs Nicco, Sanjay, and Marvin. Read More

Anime on show

Saturday, August, 18 2018    

Jamaica's appreciation for Asian pop culture will be on show today at Vin's Oasis, St Andrew, as the Anime Nerds of Jamaica (ANJ) presents Anime Picnic 7.0: The Summer Edition. The event is scheduled to begin at noon. Read More

JCDC recognises JWN at expo

Saturday, August, 18 2018    

The Jamaica Cultural Development Corporation (JCDC) has extended its expression of appreciation to J Wray & Nephew (JWN) Limited for its role in culinary development. Read More

Hair's to you!

By Brian Bonitto Associate Editor — Auto & Entertainment bonittob@jamaicaobserver.com | Saturday, August, 18 2018    

CANDICE Williams, first runner-up in this year's Miss Jamaica World Cornwall pageant, says she is encouraged by the growing number of contestants who are opting to go natural. Read More

T'Nez makes Super comeback

By Kevin Jackson Observer writer | Friday, August, 17 2018    

AFTER a four-year absence from the music scene, singjay T'Nez returns with the song Super Mario (So Easy), done for his recently formed Victory Era Entertainment/Unified Pacific Entertainment company. Read More

Tyria goes risqué route

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Friday, August, 17 2018    

Dancehall artiste Tyria takes the risqué route on her debut single Slow Motion. Blaq Kings Music Group/Renegade Muzik-produced the track. It was released last Friday. Read More

Rock Steady with the Queen of Soul

Friday, August, 17 2018    

Ace session drummer Bernard Purdie had been to Jamaica several times to record songs with The Wailers and Hugh Masekela in the late 1960s. In a 2002 interview with the Jamaica Observer , the amiable Purdie said he learned the... Read More

Laden back in the hunt

By Sade Gardner Observer writer | Friday, August, 17 2018    

Laden has been noticeably off the radar for a couple of years. He is looking to revamp his career and return to the rank of dancehall's elite.The singjay said management issues were the reasons for his absence. Read More

AFTER 12: Nicole's night

Friday, August, 17 2018    

Even if you didn't receive or see the flyer you would have no doubt that Nicole the hairdresser's party on Thursday, August 9 was an all-white affair as patrons observed the dress theme fully. That made party photo specialist Maxwell Bokeh's job quite easy as he roamed the Enid Anglin... Read More

Jahfee is Always Clean

Friday, August, 17 2018    

After losing his family's house in Westmoreland to fire, dancehall artiste Jahfee relocated to Brandon Hill in St Andrew. He sought comfort in his music. Read More

LONG LIVE THE QUEEN! J'can singers remember icon Aretha Franklin

By Richard Johnson Observer senior reporter | Friday, August, 17 2018    

Yesterday Jamaicans woke, up to the news that the Queen of Soul, multi Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter and pianist Aretha Franklin had died. Read More

Alexx readies his A-Game

Friday, August, 17 2018    

THE transition from a group member to a solo career may prove daunting for many. However, singjay Alexx A-Game is more than equal to the task. Read More

Count Prince Miller dies in London

BY HOWARD CAMPBELL Observer senior writer | Friday, August, 17 2018    

Count Prince Miller, a singer best known for the 1971 hit song Mule Train, died yesterday in London. He was 83 years old. Read More

Do Go See - August 17

Friday, August, 17 2018    

Splash pick of the week Read More

Aretha Franklin funeral August 31 in Detroit

Friday, August, 17 2018    

DETROIT, United States (AFP) — The funeral of legendary singer Aretha Franklin will be held in her hometown Detroit on August 31, after a two-day public viewing at a city museum to allow fans to mourn, her publicist said Friday. Read More


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