Music

Singing Melody scores with No Love

Singing Melody is back with another hit. No Love (Unity Yawd Productions)... Read More

Peter Lloyd covers classic
Woman, a hit song originally recorded by the late John Lennon, is a hit all over again. This time it's a cover by Peter Lloyd. It is currently number 11 and number 4 on the South Florida Reggae Chart and the Foundation Radio Network Top 30 chart respectively.... Read More

Jah Speed giving youth a chance
PRODUCER Alton “Jah Speed” Reid is calling on the music industry to open doors for young talents.... Read More

Getting to the root of it
GROWING up in Clarendon, Levi Roots always wanted to live and perform in Jamaica's capital, Kingston. Decades later, that desire to perform in the city still burns in the heart of the UK-based reggae musician, television personality, celebrity chef and businessman.... Read More

Causion upbeat about new track

Friday, October, 20 2017    

Most artistes believe they have a hit song every time they leave the recording booth. Some allow fans and critics to make that call. Read More

All set for Tosh concert

Friday, October, 20 2017    

ALL is in place for tomorrow's staging of the tribute concert which is the marquis event for this year's staging of the Peter Tosh Music Festival. Read More

Mr Easy seeking Privacy

Friday, October, 20 2017    

MR Easy has returned with a single titled Privacy which, according him, is poised to become his next major hit. Read More

Ninja's lawyer optimistic

By Brian Bonitto Associate Editor — Auto & Entertainment bonittob@jamaicaobserver.com | Thursday, October, 19 2017    

NINJAMAN spent a second night in custody at the Central Police Station in Kingston yesterday.His attorney Valrie Neita-Robertson is, however, optimistic the embattled entertainer will get bail today. Read More

Leroy Gibbons shot in Portmore

BY SIMONE MORGAN-LINDO Observer reporter | Wednesday, October, 18 2017    

VETERAN singer Leroy Gibbons said he is counting his blessings after surviving a shooting incident on Monday morning.The entertainer was shot in the buttocks as he walked with a friend along the Port Henderson main road in Portmore, St Catherine. Read More

Droop gives to Bobo rebuilding effort

Wednesday, October, 18 2017    

DROOP Lion visited the Rastafari community of Bobo Hill in Nine Miles, St Andrew, on the weekend where he made a $50,000 donation to their rebuilding efforts. Read More

Levi sticking to his roots

Wednesday, October, 18 2017    

JAMAICAN-BORN entrepreneur and musician Levi Roots is the headliner of Music & Food For Friends scheduled for Redbones Blues Cafe in New Kingston on Friday. Read More

Ninja behind bars

BY SIMONE MORGAN-LINDO Observer reporter morgans@jamaicaobserver.com | Wednesday, October, 18 2017    

UP to press time last night, dancehall artiste Ninjaman was still behind bars at Central Police Station in Kingston. Read More

Jesse Royal tops Billboard chart

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Tuesday, October, 17 2017    

JESSE Royal tops this week's Billboard Reggae album chart with his debut effort Lily of Da Valley. The 14-track set was released on October 6 by Easy Star Records. Read More

WITH DISTINCTION

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter | Tuesday, October, 17 2017    

The local entertainment industry stood tall at yesterday's National Honours and Awards ceremony at King's House in St Andrew. Read More

Festival 2018 plans take shape

Monday, October, 16 2017    

PLANNING has begun for next year's staging of the Jamaica Festival Song Competition. The 2018 installation should see a revamped and exciting event which will boost the nation's spirit during the Independence period and beyond. Read More



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