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Dalton Harris to host concert

Jamaican singer Dalton Harris is taking his music to the virtual space with a concert tomorrow. Read More

Krisirie desires to Return to Love
With all the turmoil in the world, just watching the news on television can be depressing even for a teenager.... Read More

Ernie Smith mourns wife's death
“She went home with a smile on her face.”That is how veteran crooner Ernie Smith described his wife's last moments. Smith confirmed that Janet, his long-time partner, died yesterday after a long illness.... Read More

Khausion Di Ikon hits out at crime
Singer Khausion Di Ikon is concerned about the rising crime rate in the country. He also believes entertainers should play their part in denouncing crime and making their voices heard on issues of national importance.... Read More

On a high note

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Friday, July, 3 2020    

SINCE their teenage years, Jordan “Tall Man” Armond and Blaise “Binghi” Davis were smitten by music. It was, therefore, not surprising they teamed up to form Natural High Music seven years ago. Read More

Zippa Ras looks to his Potential

Friday, July, 3 2020    

Reggae artiste Zipper Ras is in high spirits as he puts the final touches to his debut album tentatively titled Potential. Read More

Jason Mraz looking good

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Thursday, July, 2 2020    

AMERICAN singer/songwriter Jason Mraz, who is best known for his Diamond-certified pop single I'm Yours , makes his debut on the Billboard Reggae Albums chart this week. Read More

Warrior King aims to inspire

Thursday, July, 2 2020    

REGGAE singer Warrior King believes people whose lives are adversely affected by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) could find inspiration in his single Set Your Goals. Read More

Still declaring our rights

BY HOWARD CAMPBELL Observer senior writer | Thursday, July, 2 2020    

The world was in turmoil in 1969 when roots trio The Abyssinians recorded Declaration of Rights at Studio One in Kingston. Fifty-one years later, the situation is even more dire, which made a redux of the song... Read More

Jon FX in full effect

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Thursday, July, 2 2020    

Platinum-selling producer Jon FX produced two tracks on incarcerated dancehall deejay Vybz Kartel's album Of Dons and Divas. They are Cute Rider (Reggaeton mix) and Stay With Me. The producer is also featured on the latter. Read More

Chris Gayle is Too Hot

BY KEDIESHA PERRY Observer writer | Wednesday, July, 1 2020    

JAMAICAN and international cricketer Chris Gayle is hoping to get off the mark with a remix of Stylo G's Too Hot . Read More

Lyndon John X wins Juno Award

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Wednesday, July, 1 2020    

LYNDON John X is the winner of the Juno Award for Reggae Recording of the Year. The virtual ceremony was broadcast live on Canadian Broadcasting Corporation on Monday night. Read More

Tearah's ready for the world

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Wednesday, July, 1 2020    

WHILE a student at the Excelsior High School in Kingston, Adrian Morris represented Jamaica in cricket at the under-15 level. He, however, was more in love with his other passion — music. Read More

Today is Int'l Reggae Day

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Wednesday, July, 1 2020    

THE current COVID-19 pandemic has brought many in line with the vision of International Reggae Day (IRD), being observed today, as conceptualised by music insider Andrea Davis. Read More

Submissions continue today

BY BRIAN BONITTO Associate Editor — Auto & Entertainment bonittob@jamaicaobserver.com | Tuesday, June, 30 2020    

HUMAN rights attorney Isat Buchanan will today continue his motion before Jamaica's Court of Appeal seeking leave to the United Kingdom's Privy Council to have Vybz Kartel's 2014 murder conviction overturned. Read More



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