High praises for Denbigh gospel show

Saturday, August, 10 2019    

ORGANISERS of Hi-Pro Denbigh Gospel Extravaganza are hailing the annual event as a sucess. It was held at the Denbigh Agricultural Show in Clarendon on August 4. Read More


By Kediesha Perry Observer writer | Saturday, August, 10 2019    

BERMUDA'S National Security Minister Wayne Caines is rubbishing claims that Vershon was denied entry into that country as a tourist, after a concert at which he was scheduled to perform was cancelled last weekend. Read More

Escoffery gives a helping hand

Saturday, August, 10 2019    

 As a talent manager, Delroy Escoffery continues to ease the back-to-school pressure for some children, but he has shifted his focus to his roots. Read More

Bugle gets picture perfect

By Kevin Jackson Observer writer | Friday, August, 9 2019    

Picture Perfect is the third studio album by dancehall/reggae artiste Bugle. Due for release on August 16, it is the follow-up to 2017's Be Yourself.Comprising 20 tracks, the two-disc set is distributed through VPAL. Read More

Darby does it from the soul

BY HOWARD CAMPBELL Observer senior writer | Friday, August, 9 2019    

Even at age 19, Vincent Darby is aware of being tagged 'the next big thing'. The British soul singer has been doing music since he was 10 and though he has released a handful of songs, expectations are lofty. Read More

Samory I Iooks to the US

BY HOWARD CAMPBELL Observer senior writer | Friday, August, 9 2019    

After a third straight year touring Europe, roots singer Samory I hopes to breach virgin territory by performing for the first time in the United States, this year. Read More

Demarco gets weight off shoulders

Friday, August, 9 2019    

Demarco has adopted a healthier lifestyle since migrating to the USA two years ago. Read More

A set for Summa Sizzle

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Friday, August, 9 2019    

ORGANISERS say all is set for Beenie Man's annual Summa Sizzle Family Fun Day scheduled for the Woodleigh Sports Complex in Clarendon tomorrow. Read More

WHAT THE *#*!?

By Aaliyah Cunningham Observer writer aaliyahc@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, August, 9 2019    

Dr Andre Haughton, Opposition senator, intends to move a motion which seeks to allow the use of Jamaican expletives in dancehalls. Read More

Jah Cure marches on

By Howard Campbell Observer senior writer | Friday, August, 9 2019    

With three weeks before his latest album drops, Jah Cure is doing the obilgatory media rounds promoting that set, Royal Soldier. It is scheduled for release on August 30 by VP Records, the independent company that also distributed The Cure, his previous album. Read More

Mr and Miss Ja Supranat'l crowned

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Friday, August, 9 2019    

Rayon Davis, a customs officer and third-year accounting student at the University of The West Indies, and Kimberly Dawkins, a nursing student at the University of Technology Jamaica, are Mr and Miss Jamaica Supranational 2019. Read More

Sol changes to Wedda

Wedda | Friday, August, 9 2019    

Sol Weatherman has changed his name to Wedda.“Most people already call me Wedda so it was an easy decision to make; it just validated what the market has already christened me,” he said. Read More

Adonvi banks on Ghetto Prayer

Friday, August, 9 2019    

Adonvi is banking on the success of Ghetto Prayer, released earlier this month on the J1 Production and Ybrec labels. Read More

After 12: Day Fest

Friday, August, 9 2019    

Fusion on Chelsea Avenue in the capital city proved the perfect venue for Day Fest, that great fete that ran from midday to 6:00 pm on July 21. Naturally, OBSERVER PHOTOGRAPHER KARL MCLARTY was in the midst of the fun. Read More

SPF closes on a high note

BY KEDIESHA PERRY Observer writer | Thursday, August, 8 2019    

The four-day party series Summer Fantasy Playground (SPF) culminated on Sunday with Soiree at Pearly Beach West in Ocho Rios. And promoters were extremely pleased with this year's execution. Read More


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