Music

Eric Bubbles has nothing to cry about

Saturday, March, 17 2018    

VETERAN singer Eric Bubbles — formerly of The African Brothers, which included Tony Tuff and the late Sugar Minott — has worked his way onto New York's Foundation Radio Network Top 30 Music Chart. His latest single, Tears on My Pillow has... Read More

Beez Stinga looks to Be Your Lover

Saturday, March, 17 2018    

Singjay Beez Singa is pleased with the reception to his latest single Be Your Lover.The RHT-produced track has been doing the promotional rounds and is expected to make its way to digital stores in coming months. Read More

Nature Silk set to take spotlight

Saturday, March, 17 2018    

EMERGING reggae singer Nature Silk is set to take his place in the spotlight. He is banking on his latest single Cry. Cry is produced by Nature Silk and released on the JKeez Records imprint on February 12. Read More

Reggae Month ends at 100 Live

Friday, March, 16 2018    

Reggae Month ended on a high note with a show held under the now very popular 100 Live series at Club 100 on Hope Road in St Andrew on Wednesday, February 28. Here are a few highlights. Read More

Dillgin on a high

Thursday, March, 15 2018    

DILLGIN is riding a wave of success with his hit single titled Still A Work.The song, co-produced by Dillgin and Jimmy Ricks of Insight Records, is currently on the playlist of several stations. Read More

Papie Keelo does it for the dancers

Thursday, March, 15 2018    

THE dancer has always been a part of Jamaican music. Since the days of boogie woogie in the 1950s, and ska a decade later, the 'legs man' has made his mark. Read More

dBURNZ, Jhenelle shine at brunch

BY RORY DALEY Observer writer | Thursday, March, 15 2018    

SINGER and Glenmuir High School alumni dBURNZ turned in a welcome performance at his alma mater's fourth Annual Fund-raising Brunch held at the east lawn of Devon House in St Andrew last Sunday. Read More

Flourgon takes on Miley

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Thursday, March, 15 2018    

Dancehall artiste Flourgon on Tuesday filed a US$300-million lawsuit against American pop singer Miley Cyrus in the US District Court, Manhattan, New York. In the suit, Flourgon (given name Michael May), alleges that Cyrus's 2013 hit song We Can't Stop closely resembles We Run Things,... Read More

Getting it write

BY HOWARD CAMPBELL Observer senior writer | Wednesday, March, 14 2018    

The popular Startime show takes place on May 5 at Mas Camp in Kingston. The Jamaica Observer , which is one of its sponsors, presents a series of stories on its impact and stars, leading up to the event.  Read More

Anju Blaxx, Bunting in alleged bust up

Wednesday, March, 14 2018    

MUSIC producer Anju Blaxx and Brent Bunting, son of former National Security Minister Peter Bunting, have been charged following an alleged altercation in upper St Andrew, last Friday evening. Read More

Up close with Blacker Dread

BY HOWARD CAMPBELL Observer senior writer | Wednesday, March, 14 2018    

FOR Britons of Caribbean descent, 2018 is the celebration of a major landmark. It is 70 years since the SS Windrush sailed into London's Port of Tilbury with over 350 West Indians who settled in what was then the mother country. Read More

Shaggy, Sting drop new track

Tuesday, March, 13 2018    

SHAGGY and British rocker Sting have released the second single from their upcoming collaborative project 44/876. The set has a release date of April 20. Read More

UB40 spin-off tops reggae chart

By Kevin Jackson Observer writer | Tuesday, March, 13 2018    

BRITISH reggae band UB40 Featuring Ali, Astro & Mickey debuts at number one on the Billboard Reggae Album Chart with Real Labour of Love . The tribute set was released on March 2 by Universal Music and has so far sold 307... Read More

Da'Ville's back

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Monday, March, 12 2018    

ELEVEN years ago, Da'Ville was one of the hottest names in dancehall music thanks to the massive hit song, Always on My Mind. But for a performance at Rebel Salute in January, the singer has not been visible on the local scene. Read More

Freddie, Etana to lead Evening of Excellence

Monday, March, 12 2018    

Singer Freddie McGregor and Etana are scheduled to headline this year's Jammin' on the Lawns — An Evening of Excellence, at the Shortwood Teachers' College Cherry Gardens campus in St Andrew on April 14. Read More



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