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Purple-carpet affair for Sumfest Get Social Awards

Public relations specialist Tara Playfair-Scott says it’s all systems go for the inaugural staging of the Reggae Sumfest Get Social Awards. The awards ceremony is set to take place next Saturday at Downsound Records’ headquarters on Belmont Road. With nominees including some of the biggest names in the local music industry, as well as popular...

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CP Ink not giving up on ‘Wash Mi Locks’

Reggae artiste CP Ink believes in the power of persistence. That is why the singjay is still pushing his single, ‘Wash Mi Locks’, which was released more than a year ago. “I’m not a person who believes in giving up, and I’m not giving up on this song. It has the potential to be a...

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Elephant Man returns to Sumfest after five years

It has been five years since Elephant Man touched the Reggae Sumfest stage, but his zestful performances have not changed. The full force of the ‘Energy God’ will be on show when he makes his return on Festival Night One at the Catherine Hall Entertainment Complex in Montego Bay, St James, on July 19. “We...

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Good fathers recognised at It’s A Party

Saturday night’s staging of Bounty Killer’s It’s A Party was special, not only because it was the event’s 20th anniversary, but because the event carried over into Father’s Day celebrations. The catalogue of songs dedicated to fathers may be relatively small, but the night’s selectors saluted the fathers inside the UDC car park in downtown...

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Economic reggae: Bank of Jamaica sells recovery with songs

KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP): Jamaica’s central bank thinks the country’s economy is doing very well, and it is using an instantly recognisable symbol of the island to get this message to the people – reggae music. In the bank’s latest video, reggae artiste Tarrus Riley uses his throaty vocals to praise low, stable and predictable inflation...

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‘Ghetto Misfits’ a hilarious encounter

When two of Jamaica’s funniest stand-up comedians joined forces on one show, the expectations are high, and rightly so. On Sunday, Owen ‘Blakka’ Ellis, and his brother, Ian, ‘Ity’, delivered more than the expected. From their tear-jerking childhood tales, to a satirical and comedic look at songs and public figures, the overflowing Courtleigh Auditorium, in...

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Baring self for laughter

Going on stage and willingly share the unpleasantries of one’s life to a space filled with strangers, takes some grit. But that is what many stand-up comedians do – they take some of their most endearing or painful experiences and present them to persons for laughter. Why do it? Stand-up comedians Owen ‘Blakka’ Ellis, Pretty...

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Natural High Music – Urban Roots II

Natural High Music are hitmakers, who have been tolling tirelessly out of their Half-Way Tree based studio for over six years, and are seeing the fruits of their labour. Comprising Jordan ‘Tallman’ Armond and Blaise ‘Binghi’ Davis, the music production duo has been in steady rotation – producing Kabaka Pyramid’s Reggae Music, Wayne Marshall’s comeback...

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