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Rasta awakening Droop calls for RASTA AWAKENING

REGGAE singer Droop Lion is incensed that the Rastafarian music community is mum about the razing of Bobo Hill, St Andrew, last Friday.He believes it is a testament that the movement has lost its way because its leaders are weak. Read More

Singer J to release EP
Singer J is set to release his EP titled Can't Stop Me Now later this month. The project was executive-produced by Frenz For Real Productions.... Read More

Bridgez braces for mediation
Singjay Bridgez, along with her knife wielding attacker, will be heading to mediation on November 9.... Read More

Copeland Forbes Reggae Embassador
IF there's a soul in reggae music who does not know Copeland Forbes, they must have just got into the business. The affable 72-year-old has been in the music industry for over 50 years, serving as road manager, manager and booking agent to a who's who of reggae.... Read More

Armani makes 'Powerful' move

Friday, October, 13 2017    

Reggae artiste Tarrus Riley and English singer Ellie Goulding have been making... Read More

Learning lessons

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, October, 13 2017    

Reggae act Chronixx is the first to tell you how much of a learning experience this past year has been. Read More

Shac scores with Board House

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Friday, October, 13 2017    

Former Magnum King of the Dancehall finalist Shac is making moves with his new single Board House. The song, produced by One Hundred Degrees Records, was inspired by real-life events. Read More

Di Ruption TRODS ON

Friday, October, 13 2017    

Up-and-coming singer Di Ruption said he is banking on his latest single, called Trodding Alone. Since its release in April, the entertainer said the track has been gaining traction and has been endorsed by almost everyone who listens. Read More

Giving Carnival its due

BY HOWARD CAMPBELL Observer senior writer | Friday, October, 13 2017    

Having been to several Carnivals throughout the Caribbean, filmmaker Jessy Schuster always wanted to show people that these annual events are more than colourful fetes. She is determined to project their importance to regional integration. Read More

Red Rose brews Busy Tonight

Friday, October, 13 2017    

Anthony Red Rose is upbeat about his latest offering Busy Tonight. The track is set to hit retailers today via distributing giants 21st Haplios. Read More

Exco Levi does video

Friday, October, 13 2017    

Canada -based reggae artiste Exco Levi recently completed a video shoot at Niagara Falls for his latest single Don't Cry . Read More

Glorious return for Glacia

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Thursday, October, 12 2017    

Gospel singer Glacia Robinson returns to the Jamaican stage on December 26, at The Experience 2017: I Rise Edition show scheduled for Manchester High School.It will be her first time performing locally in 18 years. Read More

Musicians urged to act responsibly

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Thursday, October, 12 2017    

THE country's musicians are being charged to comply with the stipulations of the Legal Deposit Act.This act requires publishers to deposit copies of their work with the National Library of Jamaica (NLJ) within two months of publication. Read More

Suspense embarks on Suspense embarks on spiritual journey

Thursday, October, 12 2017    

SUSPENSE, who in May emerged winner of the televised talent competition Magnum Kings & Queens of Dancehall, is turning a new leaf.The deejay was baptised at the Celebration Church in Portmore, St Catherine, on Sunday, October 1. Read More

Spiritual blessings at Come Celebrate Jesus

BY HORACE HINES Observer West reporter | Thursday, October, 12 2017    

Patrons were in for a spiritual treat at Come Celebrate Jesus 2017, which saw gospel acts delivering soul-stirring performances at the Montego Bay Convention Centre on Saturday night. Read More



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