Dream start for Xodus

 ORGANISERS of Xodus road march in the Corporate Area last Sunday are pleased with the turnout of revellers who chose to party under their banner.“We're very pleased. We got twice the amount of people we were expecting,” said... Read More

Yesterday sets sail tonight
 ANOTHER edition of the popular retro party series, Wray and Nephew White Overproof Rum Yesterday — The Best of the 90s, is set to unfold tonight at the Mas Camp in St Andrew. The tri-annual event, which has been a staple on the...... Read More

I Love Soca was a hit
It was a massive crowd that turned out for the recent staging of I Love Soca Jamaica Cooler Festival held at the waterfront in downtown Kingston.The event, dubbed the Cooler Fete Edition, saw a large turnout from members of the entertainment and...... Read More

Petraa believes Love Is Eternal
The Latin word 'petra' means stone and reggae/dancehall artiste Petraa is determined to carve out a name for herself in the music business.Petraa, whose real name is Petra Grant, is a deejay, songwriter and producer. Born in the United Kingdom, she lives in...... Read More

Ms Sandals Ochi crowning tonight

Saturday, April, 29 2017   

MISS Sandals Ochi 2017 will be crowned at a glittering finale of the pageant to be held at “The Pavilion” at Sandals Ochi tonight, starting at 7:00 pm.The 13 females vying for the title are: Kerri-Ann Morrison, Miss New Hope Pharmacy; Novea Palmer,... Read More

Third Dimension carving niche on soca scene

Saturday, April, 29 2017   

Sound system Third Dimension is happy with the feedback received from their outing at Sunday's road march throughout the Corporate Area. They had representatives in three of the four bands taking the streets.“This is our second time... Read More

Make-up artist awards tomorrow

Saturday, April, 29 2017   

The second staging of the Jamaica Make-Up Artist (JMUA) Awards is scheduled for the grounds of The Stella Maris Pastoral Centre on Shortwood Road, St Andrew, tomorrow.The event, which is being held in conjunction with The Caribbean Beauty Professionals Network, is... Read More

Rain doesn't spoil picnic

Saturday, April, 29 2017   

 Despite last weekend's inclement weather, scores of fans of Japanese and Korean culture turned out for Anime Picnic 6.0: Spring Edition, held on the grounds of the St Andrew High School for Girls in Kingston, on April 22.“It was successful and we... Read More

King Ali drops new track

Saturday, April, 29 2017   

Fast-rising deejay King Ali Baba continues his musical journey with the single Brain Wash Gyal.The track, produced by Armzhouse Records on the Forever Rhythm, becomes available for pre-order today. However, it will be available at all major digital outlets on May 12. Read More

Tye Tribbett for Gosplash

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Friday, April, 28 2017   

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Beenie Man’s Romie sampled in Fast 8

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Friday, April, 28 2017   

BEENIE Man's song Romie is making waves 20 years after it was first released.It is sampled in the hit song, Good Life by American rapper G Eazy and singer Kehlani.Good Life is from the soundtrack to Fate of The Furious,... Read More

Ding Dong has a Fling

Friday, April, 28 2017   

FLING is the new song, video and dance from Ding Dong, which he expects will be a summer smash. He and his Ravers Clavers dance crew are currently touring Europe. — KJ Read More

Praj-X drops Alien Anatomy

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer Writer | Friday, April, 28 2017   

PRAJ-X has released the nine-song EP, Alien Anatomy, which has songs produced by Panta Son, Grab Dem Records, Building Block Records and Fire Buster.“The EP is basically to showcase and introduce Praj-X as a new artiste with a mind that is... Read More

Konsequence on top

Friday, April, 28 2017   

TWO of Konsequence Muzik's latest songs are doing well on regional charts in North America. They are Natty A Grow by Empress Divine and Never Judge by Eyesus.Natty A Grow is number one on the Canadian Reggae Chart while Never Judge holds a... Read More

Ras-I sticking to his roots

Friday, April, 28 2017   

When Immanuel Kerr got into the music business, in his late teens, he did so as producer Ras-I and released songs by up-andcoming artistes for his Ras-I Music label.But he did not want to just direct 'traffic' in the studio. Read More




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