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A party for a cause

AS aid to Bahamian victims of Hurricane Dorian continues to trickle in, local entertainment organisation Bess’ Jam Jamaica has committed to pitch in. “Our brand image is that of Caribbean love and unity and it is only fitting that we use our talents to help our brothers and sisters in need. What happened in the...

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Toni-Ann to the world

While growing up in Bath, St Thomas, Toni-Ann Singh began a love affair with singing and classical music that continued when she migrated to the United States 14 years ago. Singh’s musical chops helped her win the Talent fast track segment of the Miss Jamaica World (MJW) contest. On Saturday at the Jamaica Pegasus hotel,...

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Sutherland jumps out with new rhythm

PRODUCER Gary Sutherland is pleased with the reception to his various artistes compilation album Jumpout Production Presents: One Drop Mystic Riddim Vol 1 since its release in August. Sutherland said the 11-song set took six months to complete. “The reception has been overwhelming and we are happy that persons have been giving the songs the...

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Omari Banks goes full blast

With two new songs on the market, Omari Banks is doing the promo rounds. He refuses to be labeled or boxed in to categories coined by contemporary music pundits. Half Full or Half Empty and You’re Gonna Make It are his latest singles. The former is self-produced for his Omari Music label, and features veteran...

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Freshaz Fete on next Saturday

SCHOOL is back in session after the long summer beak, however, that doesn’t mean that the fun has stopped. The Students’ Union of the Caribbean Maritime University (CMU) will stage its annual Freshaz Fete next Saturday, September 28. Dubbed ‘Nube Nueve: Paint and Glow Edition’, the event is scheduled to take place at Poolside, Harbour...

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Soaring to new heights

Things continue to happen for Flight, the Jamaican short film written by Kia Moses and co-directed by Moses and Adrian McDonald. The 13-minute film which was one of five such productions in the Short Film category of the American Black Film Festival (ABFF) in Miami in June of this year, is set to have its...

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Jeneil reigns supreme

It has been 15 years since Jeneil Williams was first discovered during the model search organised by local agency Pulse, and she continues to blaze a trail for herself. The ebony-skinned, Kingstonian-born Williams has secured another notch in her impressive body of work with the cover of the coffee table book Supreme Models: Iconic Black...

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Ghanaian artiste defends patois

Ghanaian reggae and dancehall artiste Stonebowy has defended his practice of performing a lot of his music using the Jamaican patois. The artiste was forced to defend himself after being accused of selling his native Ghanian culture short by performing using the Jamaican popular language. Veteran Ghanaian musician, Gyedu-Blay Ambolley, accused Stonebwoy of putting another...

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After 12: Partying with Swagg Ras

Friday, September 20, 2019 There’s hardly a party that doesn’t get support from Swagg Ras. So when he called the dancehall faithfuls to his annual dance on September 14 at Silver Sky Plaza on Orange Street in downtown Kingston, the massive turned up. OBSERVER PHOTOGRAPHER KARL MCLARTY was there. Now you can read the Jamaica...

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