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Funfest draws massive crowd

By Kevin Jackson Observer writer | Saturday, January, 11 2020    

THE looks on the faces of her son and daughter said it all. Sandra Bernard said her children were excited about attending Funfest, which took place at Hope Gardens on New Year's Day. Read More

Koffee for Super Bowl weekend

By Kediesha Perry Observer writer | Saturday, January, 11 2020    

Grammy-nominated reggae artiste Koffee is slated to perform during Super Bowl weekend, from January 31 to February 1 at Marlins Park, Miami. Read More

Bad boy Buju

BY KEDIESHA PERRY Observer writer | Friday, January, 10 2020    

Donovan Germain, close friend and former manager of Buju Banton says he hopes the artiste's featured soundtrack on Bad Boys For Life will have positive implications on his career. Read More

In the mix

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer Writer | Friday, January, 10 2020    

For more than five years, Mix Master David has ranked as the number one hip-hop selector in Atlanta. He has displayed his skills at several high-profile clubs in the Georgia capital. Read More

Govana tackles Humans and Monsters

By Aaliyah Cunningham Observer writer | Friday, January, 10 2020    

Govana's debut album has been released. The 14-track set, titled Humans and Monsters are Not The Same, contains popular songs and some fresh tracks. Read More

Ziggy Soul's funeral tomorrow

By Kediesha Perry Observer writer | Friday, January, 10 2020    

Tommy Cowan, close friend of late singer Ziggy Soul, says the singer deserves an outpour of support from local communities at his thanksgiving service. Read More

Singer Necolee is Well Fresh

Friday, January, 10 2020    

Since migrating to Long Island in New York five years ago, singer Necolee has worked hard to get his career off the ground. He has recorded for producers, including JKeez Records and Outta Town Records, and released a steady flow of songs. Read More

After 12: Ribbiz Ocean Lights... Happy New Year!

Friday, January, 10 2020    

You know Ribbiz Ocean Lounge on the Kingston waterfront is the perfect place to ring in the new year. So it was no surprise that the operators, who are known for throwing great parties, pulled all the stops as usual to ensure that revellers welcomed 2020 in style while, at the same time,... Read More

Keeping the beat

By Kevin Jackson Observer writer | Friday, January, 10 2020    

Though he had no experience in music production, Miguel Haynes has always been aware of the rich dancehall heritage of Seaview Gardens. That, and his love for music, led to him establishing a state-of-the-art recording facility there. Read More

Young voices in praise

BY HOWARD CAMPBELL Observer senior writer | Friday, January, 10 2020    

BEST known as chief audio engineer and a producer at One Pop Studio in Kingston, Rory Baker has worked alongside famed drum-and-bass duo Sly and Robbie for a number of years. His credits include sessions with some of dancehall/reggae's biggest acts. Read More

Wise sounds of Solomon

Friday, January, 10 2020    

Sounds of Solomon is a five-song EP by singer Irie Solomon. It is scheduled for release on all digital platforms today. Irie Solomon produced four of the tracks, while Voltage of Architech Music produced the other. Read More

Worl Blast Music making a name

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer Writer | Friday, January, 10 2020    

As a youth growing up between the West Kingston communities of Denham Town and Tivoli Gardens, Andrew Powell was inspired by music. He developed a passion for helping young acts and began promoting their music in the streets. Read More

Richie Innocent gets NY poetry award

Friday, January, 10 2020    

Dub poet Richie Innocent recently received a certificate of excellence at the Sarabita Masters Awards in New York, for his contribution to the global advancement of dub poetry. Read More

Downtown Carnival seeks boost

BY KEDIESHA PERRY Observer writer | Thursday, January, 9 2020    

THIS year marks the 20th anniversary of Downtown Carnival, and organisers are hoping to make it a thrilling success. However, that possibility seems to be dwindling due to the lack of sponsorship. Read More

Kiprich looks to album

Thursday, January, 9 2020    

2019 was a successful one for Kiprich and he is hoping to continue the trend. Read More



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