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Jazz Festival pushed back till March

Friday, January, 15 2021    

The Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival has been rescheduled for March 4 to 6. Read More

Nadine listed among Ultimate

BY HOWARD CAMPBELL Observer senior writer | Friday, January, 15 2021    

NADINE Sutherland, whose recording career launched 41 years ago, is among the artistes with songs on The Ultimate 2021, a compilation album by Tad's International Record. Read More

Sauce Perreler goes Dancing

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Friday, January, 15 2021    

With the coronavirus pandemic putting a damper on entertainment events, recording artiste Sauce Perreler believes he has the formula to inspire with his upcoming single, Dancing. Read More

Runkus gets on the inside

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, January, 15 2021    

Delicious Vinyl Island, the Los Angeles-based record label, launches its first local project in a number of years with today's release IN:SIDE by reggae artiste Runkus. Read More

Singer Shavarr tackles social

Friday, January, 15 2021    

EMERGING singer/songwriter Shavor “Shavarr” Richards is shedding some light on the stark socio-economic conditions and challenges facing inner-city youth in his latest release, Born and Raised. Read More

High praises for Addies

BY KEDIESHA PERRY Observer writer | Friday, January, 15 2021    

NECO Glock and KingPin — producers at TruMoneyMusiq, the label owned by King Addies — are lauding the sound system as a true ambassador for reggae and dancehall globally. Read More

'Jubba' White shines his light

BY HOWARD CAMPBELL Observer senior writer | Friday, January, 15 2021    

In these uncertain times, anything with a feel-good vibe is welcome, and that's exactly what drummer/singer Deleon “Jubba” White projects on Be A Light . Read More

'Keane' eye on women's issues

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Thursday, January, 14 2021    

This article is part of a series presented by the Jamaica Observer highlighting the 10 murals which form an installation of public art along Water Lane in downtown Kingston. The initiative is part of the Paint the City project being curated by non-profit arts... Read More

Billboard toasts Skip's Slow Down

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Thursday, January, 14 2021    

Slow Down , the chart-topping song by Skip Marley featuring R&B singer HER, tops the list of 10 Best R&B Songs from 2020, in a poll conducted among Billboard magazine's staff writers. Read More

Frankie Music pins hopes on Davianah

Thursday, January, 14 2021    

PRODUCER Comar “Frankie Music” Campbell is excited about an upcoming project, Rebel Offspring, with Davianah. Read More

Wormbass follows his heart

BY HOWARD CAMPBELL Observer senior writer | Thursday, January, 14 2021    

As a musician with keen ears, Delroy “Wormbass” Nevin keeps in tune with hip sounds and trends. For his latest project, he tries his hand at Afrobeats. Read More

No bail for Tommy Lee

BY BRIAN BONITTO Associate Editor --- Auto & Entertainment bonittob@jamaicaobserver.com | Thursday, January, 14 2021    

EMBATTLED deejay Tommy Lee Sparta remains in police lock-up, after his case was called up in the Corporate Area Gun Court division of the Home Circuit Court yesterday. Read More

Frassdon moving forward

Thursday, January, 14 2021    

MONTEGO BAY, St James Dancehall artiste Frassdon is confident that it won't be long before he becomes a household name in Jamaican music. Read More

Jae Hemmings eyes spotlight

Thursday, January, 14 2021    

MONTEGO BAY, St James — Dancehall artiste Jae Hemmings is ready to take her career to a higher level this year. Read More

Ghetto Youths set up shop

Wednesday, January, 13 2021    

The 21-track compilation Ghetto Youths International Presents: Set Up Shop Vol 4 debuts at number four on the US Current Reggae Albums Chart. Released on December 29, it sold 84 copies in its first week. Read More



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