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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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Jahvy, Alkaline create magic

SINCE his debut project (Bugle’s Don’t Give Up) was released seven years ago, producer Jahvel “Jahvy” Morrison has seen his stocks rise. He has released several hit songs by Alkaline for his Tru Ambassador Entertainment label. “We have a musical chemistry and it only augurs well for the music. Alkaline is an artiste that I...

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Dunw3ll takes the lead

Leader , a collaboration between Masicka and Dexta Daps has been making the dance and radio rounds in recent weeks. It is produced by Mario “Dunw3ll” Dunwell. Dunw3ll is not surprised the song took off, as the artistes clicked instantly. “We all knew it was something special. I try not to have expectations when putting...

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Intoxicating EP from Scaramooch

Intoxicated, a six-song EP by deejay Scaramooch, was released September 13 by VPAL, a subsidiary of VP Records. It includes the title track, which was popular in the tristate area last year. Scaramooch said the song was inspired by Maria, a Guyanese hostess at a New York club he worked several years ago. He was...

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Aidonia feels the strain

Kush Inna Mi Brain, Hot Grabba, La La Land, and Day and Night are some of the songs Aidonia has recorded in tribute to ganja. It was little surprise when he was signed as brand ambassador for cannabis advocates, Epican, early this year. Recently, Epican gave the ‘first draw’ of its new strains to the...

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Keeping glamour in dancehall

OF the countless dances he plays annually, veteran sound-system selector Glamour Wayne looks forward to the annual House Of Leo Reunion at La Roose in Bronx, New York. A fixture of the New York City reggae scene, this year’s show takes place September 29. House Of Leo Reunion recalls the 1990s heyday of the Kingston...

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Javy, Alkaline create magic

SINCE his debut project (Bugle’s Don’t Give Up) was released seven years ago, producer Jahvel “Javy” Morrison has seen his stocks rise. He has released several hit songs by Alkaline for his Tru Ambassador Entertainment label. “We have a musical chemistry and it only augurs well for the music. Alkaline is an artiste that I...

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Joe to the rescue, again

REGGAE Sumfest principal, Josef Bogdanovich, intends to extend a helping hand to hurricane-ravaged islands of The Bahamas through his Caribbean Love Now initiative. The launch is scheduled for H&L Rapid True Value at Lane Plaza in Kingston today at 11:30 am. “We’re reaching to a lot of people in The Bahamas who were hard-hit by...

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Cowan seeks 1,000 souls

TOMMY Cowan, head of Glory Music — organisers of Jamaica Fun In The Son, is setting out to win 1,000 souls with a concert series across Port Antonio in Portland and Mandeville, Manchester, come September 28 and 29, respectively. The concerts are part of the Glory Music and Fun in the Son community engagement initiatives,...

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Queens to get their due

FOURTEEN women are to be honoured at the Queens of Reggae Island Honorary Ceremonies (QORIHC) Awards set for the Courtleigh Auditorium in New Kingston on October 26. The award, which recognises females from all spheres of the entertainment industry, is now in its fourth year. The list is headed by veteran actress Leonie Forbes. The...

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