The Jamaica Observer's Entertainment Desk concludes its series on the Jamaica Festival Song Competition which is marking its 55th anniversary milestone.
IF retired track and field legend Usain Bolt were competing at the Tokyo Olympics which commences Friday, his celebratory dance would be to Summer Vibes, the latest banger by Ding Dong.
Dirt to Bently, an 11-song EP by deejay Jahvillani, debuts at number 14 on the sales-driven US Current Reggae Albums Chart which ranks the top-selling albums (vinyl, CD and digital).
KEITH Brown, a member of MKB Productions which operated the successful Heineken Startime shows, died in New York on July 19. He was 82.His brother Leroy Brown confirmed his death in an interview with the Jamaica Observer.
Come Over , a song by British-Jamaican singer Jorja Smith featuring dancehall artiste Popcaan, was certified silver for sales in excess of 200,000 copies in the United Kingdom last Friday.
Former Olympian and World Championship silver medal-winning decathlete Maurice “Deca Jams” Smith has released a song paying tribute to athletes and Olympians worldwide.
ROBERT Bailey — formerly of gospel duo Robert and Jenieve Bailey — is putting the finishing touches on his 10-song, solo album titled Shine .
MICHAEL Ammar Jr, co-director of Bacchanal Jamaica, says the band will be rolling out its calendar of events for the 2022 carnival season soon.
JAMBIZ International, the prolific local theatre producers, are returning to the stage with a new production — Mo, Joe & Flo — which opens at the Little Theatre in St Andrew on August 5.
WITH the global success of Ed Sheeran's hit song Bad Habits , there has been a spike in sales for the various artistes compilation album, Reggae Vaccine.
EMERGING singjay Model Million is encouraging female independence in her self-titled track.
GOLD Dust, a 2010 hit song by British disc jock DJ Fresh featuring Ce'Cile, has been certified double-platinum in the United Kingdom for sales exceeding 1.2 million copies.
SINGER Hugh English believes he has struck gold once again with his latest song Youth Inna Streets.
Singjay Viice is confident his latest single, What If, will give him his big break.
WITH the global rage of COVID-19 and racial unrest in the United States, Empress Miriam Simone says there is need for uplifting music now more than ever.