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Beach O Rama targets international partygoers

Hundreds of Canadian partygoers will join thousands of Jamaicans for Beach O Rama, which takes place on Saturday, April 27, at the Bournemouth Beach Park, downtown Kingston. This staging of Beach O Rama will raise the temperature for their international guests who have been through a gruelling winter season by providing the best music, beach...

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ASH J’ouvert was a total black-out

The All Soca Heathens, ASH for short, J’ouvert event did not follow the usual routine of hosting the pigmented powder-throwing fete the day before the grand masquerade as is traditional of most Caribbean islands, yet it received a large turnout of individuals who could not wait to partake in the ritual. The expansive grounds of...

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Guinney Pepper gets boost from American TV show

A viral clip of American TV host Jimmy Fallon and comedian Chris Rock reacting to reggae artiste Guinney Pepper’s music has pushed him in the limelight. The video is from a 2017 interview on NBC’s The Tonight Show, and shows the personalities listening to Pepper’s 2009 Lick The Chalice song, where they joke that the...

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Irie Kreshna banks on Bhingy Trance

Reggae singer Irie Kreshna is anticipating his big break with his latest single Bhingy Trance . Released on April 26, Bhingy Trance is on the Ozy Records imprint. “This song is designed to have the listener holding a natural high under the melodic harmonies and a Rastaman’s true vibration,” he told the Jamaica Observer. Irie...

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Grass gets greener on Netflix

Grass is Greener, a documentary looking at the historical bond with music and ganja, debuted on Netflix last Saturday. That date, April 20, was recognised as 4/20 internationally by advocates of the once-maligned plant. Directed by hip hop pioneer Fab 5 Freddy, the film has input from several high-profile artistes who have championed legalisation of...

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Sea B keeps the vibes going

Reggae singer Sea B is pleased with the success of his first tour of the United States. The artiste introduced his music to reggae fans in the majors towns of Miami, and Boston, as well as the well-populated boroughs of Brooklyn and Bronx in New York. The tour started on February 16 to March 18....

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Buju puts TT raid behind him

SATURDAY’S incident involving the police in Trinidad and Tobago and reggae singer Buju Banton was not expected to impact his performance at Queen’s Park Savannah in Port of Spain last night. Buju Banton, who was in the twin-island republic for the third leg of his Long Walk to Freedom tour, had his hotel room searched...

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Bacchanal Bliss

WHILE some people identify as soca lovers, one couple found love in soca. Jermaine Bygrave ‘popped the question’ to his girlfriend, Chantea Johnson, during Bacchanal Beach J’Ouvert at Grizzly’s Plantation Cove in St Ann on Saturday. “I have known her for a year. We met at Bacchanal Beach J’Ouvert last year, actually. And I was...

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