Music

Different Dimensions from Etana

ETANA is the most successful Jamaican female artiste on the Billboard Reggae Albums Chart. She earns her sixth title with Dimensions, an eightsong EP which debuts this week at number seven. Read More

Females for Best of the Best
It's all about the female artistes for the 220 staging of Best of the Best.... Read More

Patois cantata returns
Jiizas A Go Baan, the nativity production told in the Jamaican Patois, makes its way back to the stage this advent season. Composer and director, Dr Andrew Marshall, will join forces with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Jamaica and the Jamaica Choral Scholars to present the work at the...... Read More

Grammy nominations to be revealed on Wednesday
Nominations for the 62nd Grammy Awards will be announced on Wednesday. The Best Reggae Album category is one most reggae fans anticipate each year due to its unpredictability.... Read More

Shaggy will survive

BY AALIYAH CUNNINGHAM Observer Writer | Friday, November, 15 2019    

Media and communications consultant, Clyde McKenzie, says Shaggy's wholesome image will survive the unfortunate fiasco surrounding his foundation and funds raised for the Bustamante Hospital For Children. Read More

Stevie Face promises thrilling performance for UK fans

Friday, November, 15 2019    

Reggae singer Stevie Face is looking forward to his appearance in England, which is set for later today.. Read More

Brigadier Jerry arrested

Friday, November, 15 2019    

Veteran reggae artiste Brigadier Jerry is facing a long list of charges following a shooting incident at a Jamaican restaurant in Connecticut in the United States on Monday night. Read More

G Maffiah banks on new projects

Friday, November, 15 2019    

Recording artiste G Maffiah has been making the best of the feedback he has received since the release of his official mixtape, We Dem Like. Read More

Brand Shaggy: SOLID

By Kediesha Perry Observer writer | Friday, November, 15 2019    

Amidst the controversy regarding the funds raised by the Shaggy Make A Difference Foundation last year for the Bustamante Hospital for Children, Patrick Roberts, organiser of the annual Ghetto Splash, does not believe Shaggy's brand has been tainted. Read More

lASt CHAPtA back on his feet

Friday, November, 15 2019    

 Five years ago, while working in a warehouse, singjay lASt CHAPtA suffered a life-changing injury. He sustained five ruptured discs in his back in an accident which confined him to a wheelchair for two years. Read More

Catch Di Riddim

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer Writer | Friday, November, 15 2019    

Fabio Flies Reggae's flag in mexico Read More

Going back to the roots

Thursday, November, 14 2019    

Music producer Alphonso Henclewood looks to bridge roots-reggae's generation gap with Look Where We Are, a compilation album released in October by his Montego Records. Read More

Jackie Moore passes

Thursday, November, 14 2019    

Jackie Moore, the American soul singer who helped define that genre in the 1970s, has died at age 73. She was popular in Jamaica during that decade with songs like Precious Precious and Sweet... Read More

Kiihjano roars with Lion Paw

By Kevin Jackson Observer Writer | Thursday, November, 14 2019    

While working as a club DJ in Stockholm, Sweden, six years ago, Kiihjano was introduced to reggae and dancehall music by a colleague. His interest in Jamaican music and culture grew to the point where he began recording songs, five of which are on his first EP, Lion... Read More

Mr Peppa says Shake

Thursday, November, 14 2019    

Known for his hit single Talk, dancehall artiste Mr Peppa is back with new music that he feels is right for the music scene at this time.His new single, Shake, sees the artiste showing off some bilingual skills on this track. Read More



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