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Delly rides out with S20

Monday, October, 19 2020    

Delly Ranx, who has juggled recording and producing songs for almost 20 years, returned to the scene in August with the S20 rhythm. Read More

A warrior's cry

Monday, October, 19 2020    

Warrior King believes Jamaican youth are more in sync with American pop culture than the contributions of their country's national heroes. Read More

National awards ceremony goes virtual

Sunday, October, 18 2020    

The annual Ceremony of Investiture and Presentation of National Honours and Awards, traditionally presented on the lawns of King's House, will this year go virtual due to the protocols dictated in light of the current pandemic. Read More

Jaz Elise inks international deal

Sunday, October, 18 2020    

Recording artiste Jaz Elise has joined her In.Digg.Nation labelmates Protoje, Lila Iké, and Sevana, having inked a record deal with Six Course and RCA Records.She will release her début project in 2021. Read More

Toots heads to Heroes' Park

Sunday, October, 18 2020    

PLANS for a national final resting place for the country's cultural icons are being revisited by the current political Administration. Read More

'Laud them while alive'

Saturday, October, 17 2020    

EMERGING deejay Brite Tention feels the Government of Jamaica's National Honours and Awards ceremony should focus on outstanding individuals while they are alive. Read More

KJY Live show for a cause

By Monique Rowe Observer writer | Saturday, October, 17 2020    

NATURE Ellis and Oba Simba as well as Democratic Republic of Congo's are headliners for the inaugural online concert, KJY Live, scheduled for tomorrow at 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Read More

Busy Signal urges caution

Saturday, October, 17 2020    

BUSY Signal teams with London-based Digi Vybz Records for the song Juvie Slow Down. The song, featured on the Life Too Sweet rhythm, is set for release digitally on October 23. Read More

Lybran gets serious on trust

Saturday, October, 17 2020    

LYBRAN takes on a more serious tone with his latest single Kyaah Trust Dem . It is among the 10 tracks featured on Natural Bond Entertainment's Gold Leaf rhythm. Read More


BY BRIAN BONITTO Associate Editor — Auto & Entertainment bonittob@jamaicaobserver.com | Saturday, October, 17 2020    

CAMILLE Buchanan, public relations director at Perry's Funeral Home, is distancing her company from the foul-up which resulted in legendary reggae pioneer Frederick “Toots” Hibbert not being interred in Dovecot Memorial Park in St Catherine on... Read More

Katteye looks to Africa

BY HOWARD CAMPBELL Observer senior writer | Saturday, October, 17 2020    

LIKE many Jamaican youth in the early 1970s, singer Katteye appreciated the 'Black Power' message which was a fixture of that period. So, when producer DeLeon “Jubba” White asked him to be part of his Freedom: (The Declaration of Rights) ... Read More

Mzs Quanny eyes stardom

BY KEDIESHA PERRY Observer writer | Saturday, October, 17 2020    

Even though she is based in the United States, dancehall artiste Mzs Quanny is pleased with her global reach. Read More

A matter of time for Dr Love

Saturday, October, 17 2020    

Aspiring reggae singer/producer Dr Love has high hopes for his Hard Times reggae rhythm project. Read More

Hill in step with rhythm

Saturday, October, 17 2020    

US-based music producer Kevin Hill, chief executive officer of 24/7 Music Production LLC, has high hopes for his latest reggae compilation project, the Steppers rhythm. Read More

Shaniel Muir making waves

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Oberserver senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, October, 16 2020    

Despite the downturn in entertainment due to the current pandemic at least one Jamaican female artiste is making a name for herself thanks to social media. Read More


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