Artistes rally for Niko Chromatic

A NUMBER of local promoters and artistes are in support of an event to aimed at assisting selector Niko Chromatic, who is suffering from renal insufficiency. Read More

Sasanya makes Billboard cut
SASANYA is on a musical high after her single Zum Zum moved up to number 46 on the Billboard Dance Charts this week. The song entered the charts last week at number 51.... Read More

Grace jerk fest delivers despite rain
Despite intermittent showers, the 16th staging of the Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival (Florida edition) attracted a large turnout of patrons at Markham Park, Sunrise, last Sunday.... Read More

Dee Dre gets recognised
AIMING to add his name in the annals of the music industry, burgeoning singjay Dee Dre has released an album which he hopes will not go unrecognized.... Read More

Skillis's on a Money Pree

Saturday, November, 18 2017    

Skillis is generating a lot of buzz with his latest single Money Pree. The single, produced on the Major Moves Music label, has been doing the rounds since its release one week ago. Read More

Full house at Yesterday's Best of the 90s

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Saturday, November, 18 2017    

GLK Entertainment promised patrons the Best of the 90s at their most recent staging of Yesterday at the Mas Camp in St Andrew. And that they delivered to a jam-packed venue, despite outbreaks of showers. Read More

Bunji, Fay-Ann to bring Jamathon excitement

Saturday, November, 18 2017    

POWER COUPLE Bunji Garlin and Fay-Ann Lyons are scheduled to bring soca vibes to the star-studded line-up of the Caribbean Love Now Jamathon concert at the National Indoor Sports Centre in St Andrew, next Wednesday. Read More

Reggae artiste Kevin ”Mighty Mystic” Holness

Saturday, November, 18 2017    

Reggae artiste Kevin ”Mighty Mystic” Holness, brother of Prime Minister Andrew Holness, captivating the attendees at the official launch of Rebel Salute's 25th show, in New York City, with his selections earlier this month. Read More

Wayne Marshall looks to Social Media

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Friday, November, 17 2017    

Since the release of his last album, 2014's Tru Colours , singer Wayne Marshall has been working at improving his artistry. Marshall, who recently teamed with deejay Bugle on the single Social Media ,... Read More

Sotto Bless banks on Sotto Bless banks on No Ordinary Girl No Ordinary Girl

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Friday, November, 17 2017    

Kingston 20 has produced several entertainers over the years. Among them Konshens, his late brother Delus, Cham, and Voice Mail. Rising dancehall artiste Sotto Bless is ready to add his name to that list. Read More

Xodus to unfold tomorrow

Friday, November, 17 2017    

ONE of the newer bands on the block, Xodus, last carnival season proved that it was one of the well supported carnival bands. Read More

Watch out for Fresh King

Friday, November, 17 2017    

FRESH King is ready to make his mark on the music scene currently riding a wave of popularity in Manchester, where he is based with his debut single Watch It Eno . Read More

Hopeton Lindo tops Florida chart

Friday, November, 17 2017    

Thirty years ago, he topped the charts with Territory . Singer Hopeton Lindo is once again on top, as his latest single Homely Girl takes is the number one song on the South Florida Reggae... Read More

Aidonia pleased with 2017

BY RICHHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, November, 17 2017    

His track Yeah Yeah was on the lips of partygoers this past summer and months later remains a club banger. The track showcased deejay Aidonia as one who has come through the ranks over the years to take his place as a front-runner in the dancehall arena. Read More

Katchafire blazes with Addicted

Friday, November, 17 2017    

New Zealand-based Reggae band Katchafire recently released Addicted .Celebrating 20 years of musical success, the band is fresh off of their month-long Legacy tour in England. Read More


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