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Raptors anthem

IN late May when the Toronto Raptors defeated the Milwaukee Bucks to make the NBA finals against champions Golden State Warriors, Jamaican deejay General Genius was confident they would become the first Canadian franchise to win basketball’s storied championship. That they did, winning 4-2, with three of those victories coming in Oakland, Golden State’s home...

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Munga’s wait continues

The wait continues for dancehall artiste Munga Honorable, as his trial has been pushed back to November 5. “It was a case management to regularise the trial between himself and the other accused person. As it relates to Munga, he was served with all his documents by the prosecution and is prepared for trial. However,...

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HATS OFF TO CFW

CARIBBEAN Fashionweek (CFW) night one featured an impressive showing of textures, tones and creations by designers spanning the Caribbean to Lagos, Nigeria. It was held at Villa Ronai in Stony Hill, St Andrew, on Saturday night. Kingsley Cooper, CEO of Pulse and event conceptualiser, said he was pleased with the collections on show. “I am...

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Keeping Jamaica on the pages Keeping Jamaica on the pages

The accolades have been pouring in for Patsy, the latest written by Jamaican-born, USA-based author Nicole Dennis-Benn. Amazon Books has named Patsy one of the best literature and fiction books of the month; Elle magazine placed it on its Best books of Summer list; National Public Radio (NPR) noted “Dennis-Benn isn’t just a compassionate writer,...

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Four decades of Pulse

To commemorate its 40th milestone, an intimate gathering of industry personnel and other officials converged at Pulse modelling agency’s headquarters on Trafalgar Road in St Andrew on Thursday evening. The occasion was a precursor to the agency’s fashion extravaganza, Caribbean Fashionweek (CFW), which began last night and will run over the weekend. Kingsley Cooper, CEO...

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Twitter boss

From frustrated ghetto youth to Internet sensation, Kemoy Lindsay has entered the realms of online stardom after one of his tweets went viral last Sunday and created an international buzz. Lindsay, whose Twitter handle is @KemziiLinzii, posted four pictures of actor Keanu Reeves with women including American country singer Dolly Parton. His arms are either...

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Late night toast to Koffee

An up-coming album, school tour in Jamaica and the Caribbean, and talks of contributing songs to Rihanna’s album are some of the projects in the pipeline for fast-rising Koffee. The Toast singer is set to make her North American late night television début with an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live on ABC tonight. Koffee’s publicist,...

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Yangstar ‘Lingas’ with dancehall

When Mike Yangstar was born in Uganda 45 years ago, dictator Idi Amin ruled that East African country with an iron fist. Many Jamaicans admired Big Daddy (as he was known), who they saw as a misunderstood hero fighting against white oppression. A decade later as his country struggled to rebuild after 10 years of...

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Downswell’s tour of duty

Singer Kevin Downswell says this year’s Realignment Tour promises to exceed expectations. He has staged the series of shows since 2017. “Each year, we learn more and we capitalise on what we learn from previous years. The execution will be better, the team is stronger and more experienced, the artistes are good. The production is...

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IT’S MARCIA’S TIME

These are busy times for Marcia Griffiths. This evening, the evergreen singer was scheduled to perform the last of three shows in Rome, Italy before heading to Florida where her latest album, Timeless, will be released on Friday. The 15-song set is produced by long-time collaborator Donovan Germain and will be distributed by Tad’s International...

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