Entertainment

A Sankofic Journey

Sunday, October, 29 2017    

With the recent launch of Making Kenke From Memory: A Sankofic Journey, poet KaBu Ma'at Kheru and publisher SenYAcum Publishing hope to add to the international conversation of the relationships between the Caribbean and African diaspora. Read More

SOJA gets poetic

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer Writer | Sunday, October, 29 2017    

Poetry in Motion, the seventh studio album from Virginia-based reggae band SOJA, was released on Friday. The 11-track set released on the ATO Records label (a label founded by rocker Dave Matthews) features songs that focus on global affairs. Read More

Wheel & come again!

BY HOWARD CAMPBELL Observer senior writer | Sunday, October, 29 2017    

BETH Lesser and her fiancÚ were often the odd couple at Jamaican dancehall events in the 1980s. They not only jammed to the exciting music, but documented the era's emerging artistes and trends. Read More

Chozenn drops album

Saturday, October, 28 2017    

SCORES of patrons flocked the National Arena in St Andrew to witness the launch of gospel artiste Chozenn's debut album Unashamed, recently. Read More

Safira Mono readies album

Saturday, October, 28 2017    

SAFIRA Mono is gearing up for the release of her debut album, Just a Woman in the first quarter of 2018. The reggae album will feature 16 tracks and will be released through her own distribution arm, Jample. Read More

Imprint leaves its mark

Saturday, October, 28 2017    

MORE than 700 of Jamaica's creative minds converged for the second staging of Imprint at the Spanish Court Hotel in New Kingston Saturday night. Read More

KGN 5 turns three

Saturday, October, 28 2017    

'Los Blancos' is the theme for the third anniversary staging of the popular KGN 5 party series. It takes place tonight at the St Lucia Car Park in New Kingston. Read More

A 'Dymond' birthday bash

Saturday, October, 28 2017    

Popular selector Chris Dymond celebrated his birthday in fine style at Club Portuguese in Queens, New York last Friday. The event attracted a large number of patrons, who enjoyed musical selections from Dymond, Tony Matterhorn, DJ Rodney Rodney, Code Red and Rfb DJs. Read More

Ras Slick to Perform at Ja Music Conference

Saturday, October, 28 2017    

Ras Slick is set to bring his brand of music to attendees at next month's Jamaica Music Conference. The fifth annual conference is scheduled to take place on November 7 at Nanook in Kingston. Read More

'STOP TRAFFICKING'

Saturday, October, 28 2017    

JAMAICA is synonymous with 'message music', most notably Bob Marley tracks which resonate with people of differing cultures, creeds, and class. Read More

Devon House to host Duppy Night Tours

Saturday, October, 28 2017    

KINGSTON'S iconic landmark, Devon House will host a series of 'Haunted Mansion Encounters', including Devon Duppy Night Tours, starting on October 27 – November 3, 2017, from midnight to 6:00 pm. Read More

Sem G banks on new single

Saturday, October, 28 2017    

Sem G has begun to get attention with his latest single, Da Body Deh on the Black Rogue Records label. Read More

St Aloysius Primary hosts fundraiser

Saturday, October, 28 2017    

St Aloysius Primary School in Kingston is hoping they will raise enough funds from today's concert to repair the school's infrastructure. Read More

'School kids shouldn't bleach'

Friday, October, 27 2017    

MUSIC producer DJ Lux said he is extremely concerned with the high level of skin bleaching in Jamaican schools. Read More

Sizzla, Sasco, Chris for Sunday's PAN final

Friday, October, 27 2017    

AN array of entertainment offerings will be served to patrons attending Sunday's Grand Finals of the PAN 2017 event in Half-Way-Tree, St Andrew. Read More



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