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PHOTO: BUJU LOVE

Long walk to freedom… Monday, March 18, 2019 This drone shot by Matthew Khoury brilliantly captures the thousands of Buju Banton fans assembled in the National Stadium in Kingston, Saturday night, for his ‘Long Walk to Freedom’ concert from which his captivating music flowed against the wonderment of the night sky. Now you can read...

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Kirky D teams with Lukie D

A relationship in trouble is the inspiration behind Treat Her Right, a collaboration between Kirky D and singer Lukie D. Treat Her Right was produced by Kirk Junior Records LLC. It was released late last year. Kirky D explained how the song came about. “I was having a conversation with Lukie D about a project...

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‘Light-skinned’ Spice sparks buzz on social media

KINGSTON, Jamaica — Dancehall entertainer Spice has been creating a buzz on social media with her latest post on Instagram of a photo of herself with a lighter complexion. The entertainer, whose real name is Grace Hamilton, removed all her posts on the platform recently, and this afternoon used Instagram live to share an interview...

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Hundreds bid farewell to Count Prince Miller

LONDON, United Kingdom (JIS) — Scores of musicians and members of the entertainment fraternity were among the many well-wishers from across the United Kingdom (UK), Jamaica and Belgium who filled the pews of the Holy Trinity Church, Prince Consort Road in London today to say farewell to Clarence ‘Count Prince’ Miller, musical pioneer and actor....

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Kadijah Robinson takes Miss Jamaica World 2018 title

KINGSTON, Jamaica — Twenty-three- year old Kadijah Robinson was crowned Miss Jamaica world 2018 at the pageant’s grand coronation show held at the Jamaica Pegasus hotel last night. Robinson, who works at the Black River Hospital in St Elizabeth, beat 15 other girls for the title. Finishing in second place was Issia Thelwell while Catherine...

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Sting, Shaggy reclaim Billboard Reggae Album number one spot

KINGSTON, Jamaica — English rocker Sting and Shaggy reclaimed the number one spot on the Billboard Reggae Album chart this week. Their collaborative effort ’44/876′ removed last week’s chart topper Santigold’s ‘I Dont Want: the Gold Fire Sessions’, from her one-week reign. Santigold falls to number four. She is the second female artiste to reach...

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Ocho Rios Seafood Festival organisers upbeat

Organisers of the upcoming Ocho Rios Seafood Festival are confident the event will continue to make “further inroads” into the lucrative global gastro-tourism market. With this in mind, they have collaborated with an international marketing team from Miami to promote the festival as a bona fide gastronomy event to attract visitors to the island. The...

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