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Thelwell takes on new role

BY KEDIESHA PERRY Observer writer | Tuesday, June, 30 2020    

BUDDING actor Sule Thelwell is still basking after being recently accepted to the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama at University of London in England. The three-year tenure begins on October 5. Read More

Rygin King on the mend

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Tuesday, June, 30 2020    

Messages of encouragement continue to pour in for dancehall artiste Rygin King, who was shot and injured during an incident following a funeral in Westmoreland on Sunday. Read More

Rygin King shot, critical

Monday, June, 29 2020    

Up to press time, dancehall deejay Rygin King was in critical condition at hospital after being one of several people shot while leaving an event yesterday morning. Read More

The law according to Isat

BY BRIAN BONITTO Associate Editor — Auto & Entertainment bonittob@jamaicaobserver.com | Monday, June, 29 2020    

This is the first in a current affairs series by the Jamaica Observer's Entertainment Desk focusing on people who are making an impact.  Read More

Nardo Ranks sues for copyright

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Monday, June, 29 2020    

ANOTHER Jamaican artiste seems headed to court to defend his copyright. Read More

Bobby Digital gets musical send-off

By Howard Campbell Observer senior writer | Monday, June, 29 2020    

The Jamaican music industry was strongly represented at Saturday's thanksgiving service for the life of music producer Robert “Bobby Digital” Dixon, held at the Pembroke Hall High School Auditorium in Kingston. Read More

Sagicor celebrates

Sunday, June, 28 2020    

Freddie McGregor, Christopher Martin and Tessanne Chin are among the cast of entertainers set to grace the stage of Sagicor Group Jamaica's 50th anniversary concert set for today. Read More

JYC salutes Black Lives Matter

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Sunday, June, 28 2020    

Jamaica Youth Chorale has added its voice to the global outcry against injustice meted out to people of African descent across the world. Read More

Shevon's got talent

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Sunday, June, 28 2020    

Jamaica could possibly have another contestant in a major international televised talent show. Read More

Cookie bats for prayer

Saturday, June, 27 2020    

Singjay Cookie believes in the power of prayer. He highlights its importance in his latest single Pray .Released in March, Pray is produced by Unruly Entertainment/Sky View. Read More

'Purple' does it Day by Day

Saturday, June, 27 2020    

The north coast live music scene has been fertile ground for Jamaican musicians since the 1940s. Some of reggae's finest players of instruments got their start in Jamaican hotels. Read More

ATF Band keeps it in the yard

BY HOWARD CAMPBELL Observer senior writer | Saturday, June, 27 2020    

YARDIE, a seven-song EP by the ATF Band, is scheduled to be released digitally on July 10 by VPAL Music. Last Friday the quartet released Irie High, the EP's third single, through TuneCore. Read More

Chop Street runs the road

Saturday, June, 27 2020    

While playing around with the keyboard, producer Roynel “Karlito” Young came up with the idea for the Chop Street rhythm. A joint venture between Young's Up & Advanz Records/Team Work Records/Premier Music 2020, the... Read More

Blue IQ calls for end to violence

Saturday, June, 27 2020    

SINGJAY Blue IQ believes the high level of domestic violence and gang-related murders that Jamaicans experience on a daily basis has given it an air of normality. Read More

Digicel's ode to fathers

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver. com | Saturday, June, 27 2020    

A touching duet between Tessanne Chin and her dad, Richard, almost brought the virtual house down during the Father's Day edition of Digicel Unplugged last Sunday. Read More



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