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Barry G leaves Mello

Wednesday, January, 22 2020    

Veteran broadcaster Barrington “Barry G” Gordon has parted ways with the Montego Bay-based radio station Mello FM. Read More

Tarrus shares his B L E M

Wednesday, January, 22 2020    

Tarrus Riley continues promotion of his EP, B L E M , with a five-week tour of the United States starting on February 6. Read More

Eminem's got game

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Wednesday, January, 22 2020    

Serani's 2008 hit song No Games has been sampled by rapper Eminem on the track Farewell, which is from the rapper's album Music to Be Murdered By, which was released last Friday. Read More

Muta makes case for music venue

Wednesday, January, 22 2020    

WHILE acknowledging sports and music have put Jamaica on the world stage, broadcaster/dub poet Mutabaruka says the latter seems less appreciated at home. He cited the lack of a state-of-the-art music venue to support his argument. Read More

Glenmuir dancers dazzle

BY KEDIESHA PERRY Observer writer | Tuesday, January, 21 2020    

Glenmuir High School Dance Society gave a delightful performance at their second showcase last Saturday. Read More

Alkaline unveils young acts

Tuesday, January, 21 2020    

ALKALINE is embracing the role of mentor on his latest single Riches, which features Sashi Cool, Star Captyn, and Knaxx.Riches, released January 13, is on the Gegodon Records imprint. It is now available on iTunes and all musical platforms. Read More

Kiijonny is intent on making cash

Tuesday, January, 21 2020    

Fast-rising dancehall deejay Kiijonny is promoting his latest single Make Cash, co-produced by LK Media and Marvoni Records. Read More

Natty King brings gifts to town

By Howard Campbell Observer senior writer | Tuesday, January, 21 2020    

The Eastern Kindergarten and Preparatory School in east Kingston got a boost last week with the donation of a printer and fan from singer Natty King. The appliances were purchased with funds from WelloFest, a charity concert staged by the roots artiste last... Read More

Rebel salutes festival

BY AALIYAH CUNNINGHAM Observer writer aaliyahc@jamaicaobserver.com | Tuesday, January, 21 2020    

TONY Rebel, founder and organiser of Rebel Salute, says he is grateful for the strong support the event received last week.“Mi a give thanks,” he told the Jamaica Observer. Read More

A rainy Salute

BY AALIYAH CUNNINGHAM Observer writer aaliyahc@jamaicaobserver.com | Monday, January, 20 2020    

DESPITE intermittent rain and heavy winds, patrons at night two of Rebel Salute ensured they got their money's worth. Read More

Sasanya looks to Woodstock

Monday, January, 20 2020    

Up-and-coming reggae artiste Sasanya is looking forward to her second appearance at the annual Love at Woodstock show at the Woodstock Beach Bar and Grill in Negril, Westmoreland, on February 14. Read More

Chevelle Franklyn returns with 'Southwind'

BY KEDIESHA PERRY Observer writer | Monday, January, 20 2020    

Dancehall singer-cum-gospel artiste, Chevelle Franklyn is adding the final touches to her latest album, Southwind Volume 1 . Read More

Challenger hopes to Over Come

Monday, January, 20 2020    

US-based reggae singer Challenger is currently working on his debut reggae album Over Come , which he hopes will make him a household name. Read More

Bogle's legacy lives on

By Aaliyah Cunningham Observer writer aaliyahc@jamaicaobserver.com | Monday, January, 20 2020    

TODAY marks 15 years since the death of famed dancer Gerald “Bogle” Levy. The colourful member of the Black Roses Crew was killed at the height of his success, but flag-bearers of dance in dancehall say they are doing their best to preserve his legacy. Read More

Sound advice from Shuga

BY AALIYAH CUNNINGHAM Observer writer aaliyahc@jamaicaobserver.com | Sunday, January, 19 2020    

SHUGA is urging women in troubled relationships to seek help and walk away at the first sign of a red flag.Her comment comes following recent deaths of women as a result of domestic violence. Read More


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