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Lady G gets nuff respect

BY KEDIESHA PERRY Observer writer | Friday, January, 17 2020    

Veteran deejay Lady G is pleased to finally be recognised for her contribution to reggae/dancehall. She will be awarded the Iconic Artiste in the Music Industry Female, courtesy of the Jamaica Reggae Industry Association (JaRIA). Read More

Rebel-ution time

KEDIESHA PERRY Observer writer | Friday, January, 17 2020    

Tony Rebel, conceptualiser of Rebel Salute, says all is set for its 27th staging, slated to kick off tonight. Read More

Tessellated inks deal with Sony

BY AALIYAH CUNNINGHAM Observer writer | Friday, January, 17 2020    

Singer/songwriter Tessellated recently inked a deal with American music publishers, Sony/ATV. Read More

Royal comeback for Omega

Friday, January, 17 2020    

As her Jamaican tour of duty winds down, Trinidadian singer Queen Omega is on track to release her comeback album by May.She has been in Kingston since November recording songs for the set with local musicians and artistes. Read More

Chedda Flex electrifies

Friday, January, 17 2020    

Though he is a certified electrician, music is singjay Chedda Flex's first love. He believes relatable music and lyrics make for a lasting career. Read More

Jermaine Baker makes Confession

Friday, January, 17 2020    

FLEDGLING producer Jermaine Baker is optimistic that Confession, done by Intence ft Tashina McKenzie, will make his JB Productions imprint a household name. Read More

After 12: It's a ball!

Friday, January, 17 2020    

The only place to ring in the new year was at Hennessy Black & White's New Year's Eve Ball at Sabina Park in Kingston. The stars came out and so did the impeccable fashion senses. After 12's ace photographer Karl McLarty was there to capture the moment. Read More

Big support for Dancehall Mecca

Thursday, January, 16 2020    

Participants in the Guinness-sponsored workshop, Dance Mecca, held at D'Entrance on Constant Spring in Kingston last Saturday. Read More

Abby Dallas set to salute

Thursday, January, 16 2020    

ONE week before the scheduled release of her EP, singer Abby Dallas performs at opening night of Rebel Salute, tomorrow at Grizzlys Plantation Cove in Priory, St Ann. Read More

Gravel Boss does it for fathers

By Kediesha Perry Observer writer | Thursday, January, 16 2020    

Up-and-coming deejay Gravel Boss is looking to endorse hard-working fathers with his latest single, Daddy Don't Cry. Read More

Glenmuir to go on show

BY KEDIESHA PERRY Observer writer | Thursday, January, 16 2020    

Glenmuir High School's Dance Society is set to give patrons a treat at their second annual dance showcase on Saturday. Read More

Bahamian musician shot, killed

Thursday, January, 16 2020    

The Bahamian musician, Lester Adderley Sr was murdered in Freeport in January. Police there say he was shot outside his Game Time Sports Bar.Adderley's son, Lester Jr, was also shot and killed in that city in August 2015. Read More

Toaster dead at 69

By Howard Campbell Observer senior writer | Thursday, January, 16 2020    

The Jamaica Observer's Entertainment Desk continues it daily recap of stories, events, and people who grabbed the headlines in 2019.  Read More

Deejay on murder rap

BY AALIYAH CUNNINGHAM Observer writer aaliyahc@jamaicaobserver.com | Thursday, January, 16 2020    

ON-THE-RISE dancehall deejay Quada has been arrested and charged for murder and arson. Read More

Bob tops new-look Billboard chart

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Wednesday, January, 15 2020    

Legend: The Very Best of Bob Marley and The Wailers, tops this week's Billboard Reggae Albums chart. The album was first released in 1984 as Legend , nine years before the publication's reggae table was introduced. Read More



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