By Aaliyah Cunningham Observer writer | Saturday, June, 1 2019    

RISING reggae singjay Koffee has inked a deal with Los Angeles-based Creative Arts Agency (CAA) for representation in North and South America, according to pollstar.com. Read More

Jabez says Thank You

Saturday, June, 1 2019    

Gospel singer Jabez says this year's staging of Thank You Mama was the most successful ever. Read More

RT Boss sees it in the stars

Saturday, June, 1 2019    

Online spiritual advisor, RT Nardo Smith, is predicting he will be among dancehall's star. With that in mind, he has released THE single Badmind Friends. Read More

CSA shares Jamaica's culture

Saturday, June, 1 2019    

JAMAICA'S musical culture was on full display as the curtains came down on the 18th Caribbean Shipping Association (CSA) Executive Conference held at the east lawn of Devon House in St Andrew recently. Read More

Raising a toast to Toast

Saturday, June, 1 2019    

WITH the rise in all-inclusive breakfast and brunch parties, conceptualisers of Toast are hoping to break new ground in Old Harbour, St Catherine. Read More

Golden memories of Seaga

By Howard Campbell Observer senior writer | Friday, May, 31 2019    

 At the Reggae Gold Awards in Kingston three months ago, Copeland Forbes took the opportunity to converse with Edward Seaga, the former Jamaican prime minister, who died Tuesday in Miami at age 89. Read More

Rotimi, Vanessa Bling push the right buttons

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Friday, May, 31 2019    

Dancehall artiste Vanessa Bling is featured on Nigerian-American actor Rotimi's EP Walk With Me. They collaborate on the track Push Button Start, which samples Turn Me On, a 2004 hit song by St Vincent soca star Kevin Lyttle. Read More

Holy Mountain climbs to the top

Friday, May, 31 2019    

Buju Banton, Sizzla and Mavado have their first entry on the Billboard Reggae Digital Song Sales chart with Holy Mountain , alongside DJ Khaled and American singer/rapper 070 Shake. It debuts at... Read More

Sojie takes revellers back to school

Friday, May, 31 2019    

Sojie, who styles himself as the Standpipe Topless Boss, collaborated with Scorpion King to take revellers back to the classroom with a School Uniform Party on May 25 at the garage, 65 Lyndhurst Road, St Andrew featuring, of course, Scorpion King sound. Here's the sting... Read More

UWI welcomes Chronixx

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, May, 31 2019    

The music of Chronixx has made its way into the repertoire of the University Singers. Read More

Pamputtae eyes the next level

BY AALIYAH CUNNINGHAM Observer writer | Friday, May, 31 2019    

Dancehal L diva Pamputtae is making a number of changes to her music, appearance and lifestyle. She hopes it will take her career to the next level. Read More

Binelly Don on the rise

Friday, May, 31 2019    

Trelawny - based singjay Binelly Don is optimistic about making a name in the music business. He believes a unique delivery will take him all the way. Read More

Adonvi triples the pleasure

Friday, May, 31 2019    

 Up-and-coming singjay Adonvi is confident that he will be listed among dancehall's heavyweights. He is banking on his recent trifecta of releases. Read More

African invasion

By Richard Johnson Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Thursday, May, 30 2019    

The Africans are coming. That is the sentiment expressed by chairman of Pulse, Kingsley Cooper, as he looks to this year's Caribbean Fashionweek (CFW), set for June 13-16 in Kingston. Read More

Steel Pulse in seventh Heaven

By Kevin Jackson Observer writer | Thursday, May, 30 2019    

On their seventh attempt, veteran British band Steel Pulse has topped the Billboard Reggae Albums Chart. The group is number one with Mass Manipulation, which was released on May 17 by Rootfire Cooperative/Wiseman Doctrine. Read More


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