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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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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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New Queen reigns tonight

MISS Jamaica World coronation show, set the Jamaica Pegasus hotel in St Andrew this evening, will be dedicated to the memory of Aston Cooke. Cooke, a renowned playwright and co-franchise holder of the pageant, died on February 22 this year. He was 61. The production will be staged under the theme: Jamaica Jamboree… Colours in...

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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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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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Conkarah’s Day-O

MUSIC was the furthest thing from his mind when Conkarah enrolled at the University of Charleston in West Virginia during the mid-2000s on a football scholarship. “I went to university on a soccer scholarship but I got injured and deferred to academics. I did earn a degree in broadcasting but I decided to pursue music...

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Nice And Easy with Folk Singers

Musical director of the Jamaica Folk Singers, Christine McDonald Never, says there is no great appreciation for their value or folk music in Jamaica. She was speaking with the Jamaica Observer after Sunday’s culmination of their 2019 concert season at the Little Theatre in Kingston. It was held under the theme ‘Remembering’. “Too often we...

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Bolt’s Tracks and Records to go live

POPULAR Corporate Area eatery, Usain Bolt’s Track’s and Records will be introducing live acts as part of its entertainment offerings come September 26. Gary Matalon, CEO of Kingston Live Entertainment (KLE) Group, shared the company’s plans with Jamaica Observer. “Tracks and Records would showcase weekly talent a couple years ago through our Behind The Screen...

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New music coming from JC Lodge

In the 1980s and 90s, JC lodge was a household name. The singer’s tracks such as Someone Loves You Honey, More than I Can Say, Selfish Lover, Home Is Where The Hurt Is and Telephone Love were on constant rotation on local airwaves. In 2001 she took the decision to return to the United Kingdom...

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It’s bouncing for Brush One

If you have been to any of the hot parties in Kingston recently, chances are you have seen the new dance craze, Doukie Bounce. The shoulder-rocking move was created by OG Mini, but brought to the fore by emcee-turned-choreographer Brush One. “Yuh know seh mi deh a wah party an’ si OG a dweet an’...

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