Strictly niceness at Strictly 2K

Saturday, January, 13 2018    

MORE THAN 2,000 patrons were treated to a well-received “gift” after police extended Strictly 2K: The Best of the 2000s to 3:28 am. The event was held the National Stadium car park in St Andrew recently. Read More

D'Angel starts year on high

Saturday, January, 13 2018    

D'Angel is pleased with the reception to her New Year's Eve performance at Big Bash in Old Habour, St Catherine. Read More

Big crowd, high energy at 11:59

Saturday, January, 13 2018    

PATRONS attending the New Year's Eve party 11:59 were in for a musical feast. High energy music, great vibes and non-stop dancing were served on musical platters. Read More

Robert Minott wants a Rub A Dub Party

Saturday, January, 13 2018    

WITH the recent increase in crime and violence in Montego Bay, Robert Minott has penned the single Rub A Dub Party. Read More

Richie Innocent gets IRAWMA nod

Saturday, January, 13 2018    

Dub poet Richie Innocent is nominated in the Best-Spoken Word/Dub Poet category of the 36th annual International Reggae and World Music Awards (IRAWMA). Read More

Alkaline unlocks seven YVA nods

By Sade Gardner Observer writer gardners@jamaicaobserver.com | Saturday, January, 13 2018    

For a second-consecutive year, Alkaline leads in nominations of the rebranded Your View Awards (YVAs). The announcement was made at the event's launch held at  Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston on Thursday evening. Read More

No place for 'Til Shiloh

By Howard Campbell Observer senior writer | Friday, January, 12 2018    

The 60th Grammy Awards takes place on January 28 at Madison Square Garden in New York City. There are five nominees for Best Reggae Album. They are: Chronology by Chronixx; Stony Hill (Damian Marley); Avrakedabra (Morgan Heritage); Lost In Paradise (Common Kings) and Wash House Ting by J... Read More

Jovi Rockwell working on EP

By Kevin Jackson Observer writer | Friday, January, 12 2018    

Jovi Rockwell is back in Jamaica and ready to make an impression with a new project. Read More

Danielle D.I. talks female empowerment

Friday, January, 12 2018    

THE year 2018 is off to a good start for dancehall artiste Danielle D.I. On her latest single Boss Bitch, the focus is about female empowerment. Read More

Stormin takes aim at dancehall

By Kevin Jackson Observer writer | Friday, January, 12 2018    

Despite being diagnosed with skin cancer two years ago, Stormin is ready to take on the dancehall scene. He is promoting his latest single Curse, which talks about his struggles with the illness.Curse is produced by Westy. Read More

Taneka getting a fair chance

By Sade Gardner Observer writer | Friday, January, 12 2018    

EMERGING singjay Taneka said she almost lost faith in music producers after constant sexual advances. Instead of being preyed on, she is receiving a fair chance to be heard after meeting current manager, Spice, in 2016. Read More

KC Jockey eyes set this month

Friday, January, 12 2018    

LOVE In The Air is the title of the upcoming EP from US-based singjay KC Jockey. The set, which has a January 2018 release date, is being produced on the Sweet Sadie's Productions Inc imprint. Read More

'Something Fishy' tackles issues

BY SADE GARDNER Observer writer | Friday, January, 12 2018    

CAN a child save a troubled marriage? Read More

Tony looks to Rebel 25

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, January, 12 2018    

All is in place for this year's staging of Rebel Salute — the two-day reggae festival which starts today at Grizzly's Plantation Cove in Priory, St Ann. Read More

New-look YVAs launch today

By Sade Gardner Observer writer gardners@jamaicaobserver.com | Thursday, January, 11 2018    

YOUR View Awards (YVAs) will begin its new chapter this evening at a launch scheduled for the Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston. Read More


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