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Jahset Morgan is Miss UTECH JA 2020

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer Writer | Tuesday, March, 10 2020    

Jahset Morgan was on a path of self-development. As part of the process she decided to enter the Miss University of Technology Jamaica (UTECH JA) pageant. Last Friday night, her decision paid dividends as Morgan impressed the judges and walked away with the coveted... Read More

Boom Donovan celebrates his mother

Tuesday, March, 10 2020    

For his first release in 2020, London-based reggae artiste Boom Donovan decided to cover the 1970 hit My Love For You by Joe White and Chuck, as an ode to his mother. Read More

New and improved Kiprich

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer Writer | Tuesday, March, 10 2020    

Even though he has enjoyed success in a 22-year career, deejay Kiprich believes he still has a lot to accomplish. Read More

Grounation ends on high note

BY CLYDE MCKENZIE | Monday, March, 9 2020    

The 2020 staging of the Grounation Symposium and Exhibition series ended on a high note last Sunday at the Institute of Jamaica in downtown Kingston. Read More

Remembering Black Angel

By Kediesha Perry Observer writer | Monday, March, 9 2020    

The life of musician, producer and songwriter Black Angel may have been cut short, but his legacy is set to live on through a foundation named in his honour. Read More

Michael Buckley drops EP on March 13

BY HOWARD CAMPBELL Observer senior writer | Monday, March, 9 2020    

Of the flood of singers Waterhouse produced in the late 1970s, Michael Buckley never made headlines like Michael Rose, Junior Reid or Wayne “Sleng Teng” Smith. However, his patented baritone has influenced the likes of Bushman and... Read More

Squeeze British drops BRB

Monday, March, 9 2020    

Montego Bay-based Squeeze British is hoping to showcase his versility with the release of his sophomore album BRB.“It is a 10-track album and it covers a wide range of genres. 2020 is going to be my year,” he told the Jamaica Observer.BRB,... Read More

Mortimer strikes

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Monday, March, 9 2020    

Neo-soul reggae crooner Mortimer is clearly the artiste to watch this year. Read More

Carlene Davis: Living with purpose

BY HOWARD CAMPBELL Observer senior writer | Sunday, March, 8 2020    

LAST night Carlene Davis was scheduled to perform at ‘Breakthrough’, a concert in Birmingham, England, that raises funds to promote breast cancer awareness. Read More

The 'soun' girl comes of age

By Howard Campbell Observer senior writer | Sunday, March, 8 2020    

To hardcore dancehall fans, the archetypal sound system operator is loud, flamboyant and…male. Don't tell that to Marshae-Dojn “DJ Marshmello” McAnuff, who has manned the turntables at many a dance. Read More

Sister Marie does it for love

By Kediesha Perry Observer writer | Sunday, March, 8 2020    

For many years, up-and-coming gospel singer Sister Marie prayed to become the first artiste to emerge from within the ranks of her church. The answer came with the release of her début single I Love You, Lord. Read More

It's truly Etana

Saturday, March, 7 2020    

Etana will be releasing the first single, Truly, from her upcoming album, Gemini on March 20. Read More

Gates open for Keywee

Saturday, March, 7 2020    

7 Gates Enterprise Records, a company based in Toronto, Canada, recently got off the mark with Tickle , a song by singjay Keywee. Read More

25 vie for Mr and Miss CMU title

By Kevin Jackson Observer writer | Saturday, March, 7 2020    

TWENTY-FIVE finalists will vie for the titles of Mr and Miss CMU (Caribbean Maritime University). The grand coronation is set for Saturday, March 21, on the school's grounds. Read More

Good vibes at Flirt

By Kevin Jackson Observer writer | Saturday, March, 7 2020    

The successful staging of last Friday's 'Flirt: Dancehall Reload' event, at the Barn on the campus of the University of Technology (UTech), did not come as a surprise to the organisers. Read More


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