NEW York City was the dance capital of the world in the 1970s when disco was king. That sound was still popular 40 years ago thanks to songs like I'll do Anything For You by Denroy Morgan.
The Jamaica Observer's Entertainment Desk continues its month-long feature titled 'Cover Me Good'. It will look at songs covered by Jamaican artistes which became hits.
WITH a week to go, 170 people have already registered to participate in the WARE Collective virtual art auction on Sunday, October 17, to raise funds to set up a 'living museum' in St Elizabeth.
In the corporate world, it is understood that marketing communications, including brand development and management, plays a pivotal role in a company's ability to thrive successfully.
IT'S been ten years since the release of Storm Saulter's début film, Better Mus' Come , the charged, political drama which centred around the backdrop of 1970s Jamaica and the circumstances which could have possibly led to the infamous Green Bay...
Connecticut-based label NS Music Enterprise is currently promoting the steamy No Noise , a collaboration by Dovey Magnum and I-Octane. The song was released last month.
Growing up in the Flanker district of St James, Jac Saavige had aspiration of becoming a mechanical engineer. He, however, made the switch to his other passion — music.
On-the-rise singer Talee is lauding Dr Norman Dunn's plan to establish a recording studio in his constituency to train youth in various aspects of music production.
Musician-turned-vocalist Hector Roots Lewis is boldly making the transition from the shadows to the spotlight with the release of his single Ups and Downs which hit the market yesterday.
FILM producer Bossy Doll is upbeat as she prepares to launch her brand's dancehall reality show called Boss In The City .
Up-and-coming reggae singer Danny Mobs is hoping that his latest track Lost In A Dream will be enough to encourage others to take the COVID-19 vaccine.
SPANISH-BORN, Germany-based record producer Falkonection is never afraid to express his love for reggae music.
THE annual Best of The Best dancehall show was one of countless events cancelled last year due to COVID-19. Tomorrow, promoters are hoping for a bumper comeback at Bayfront Park in Miami.
Emerging Jamaican rapper LaroDon is looking to add a refreshing flavour to the Jamaican music scene.