Females rule Dub School

Saturday, January, 6 2018    

PATRONS attending the weekly series Dub School at Stones Throw Bar in St Andrew were in for a treat on December 27. Read More

Rickey Teetz puts muscle behind Dolla

Saturday, January, 6 2018    

RICKEY Teetz is looking to amp up promotion on his latest single, Dolla . Released on the Show Di Vibes label in December 2017, the artiste plans to shoot a video for the project later this month. Read More

Champion Dreams on tonight

Saturday, January, 6 2018    

THE National Stadium in St Andrew will be the venue for the street dance-inspired party, Champions Dreams, on tonight.This is the event's second staging. Read More

Lots of love for Stone Love

Friday, January, 5 2018    

STONE Love Movement's 45th anniversary, held at Sabina Park in Kingston on Saturday, December 30, was deemed a success. Read More

Laughter makes Jamaica Sweeter

Friday, January, 5 2018    

AN international poll once named Jamaicans among the happiest people in the world and there is definitely a reason for that.Despite the crime and mayhem, there is an innate sense of humour possessed by the Jamaican people. Read More

Downswell to release live album

Friday, January, 5 2018    

Gospel singer Kevin Downswell will follow up his 2017 effort All the Way, with the release of the live album, titled Realignment - The Live Encounter . The set is due out later this year and will be distributed by... Read More

Bazza T highlights life

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Friday, January, 5 2018    

Inspired by incidents in his life, dancehall artiste Bazza T yesterday released the song Life We Live. It is produced by Deal Wid It Records. Read More

Zyanigh getting 'Unartifitial'

Friday, January, 5 2018    

Reggae singjay Zyanigh is expecting a warm reception for his album Unartifitial which will be released on January 12, 2018.It is being produced by Marko Jay from Jazhyah Music Group. Read More

Wyclef looks to the cloud Wyclef looks to the clouds

BY SADE GARDNER Observer writer | Friday, January, 5 2018    

Wyclef Jean said the internet, and more particularly streaming, has made the music business a levelled playfield. Read More

Making a splash at Bal Harbour

Thursday, January, 4 2018    

There was no better place to party into 2018 than Midnight at Bal Harbour held in downtown Kingston on New Year's Eve. Read More

Dalton Harris eyes int'l market

By Sade Gardner Observer writer | Thursday, January, 4 2018    

FORMER Digicel Rising Stars winner Dalton Harris is encouraging young artistes to aim for the international market. The singer was speaking to the Jamaica Observer from his base in the United States. Read More

Sticky Whine to get Latin flavour

By Sade Gardner Observer writer | Thursday, January, 4 2018    

Pamputtae's Sticky Whine is about to get a makeover, courtesy of Mexican reggae artiste Jah Fabio. Read More

Henricci makes Billboard debut

By Kevin Jackson Observer writer | Thursday, January, 4 2018    

BORN in Nigeria, reggae artiste Henricci has always had a passion for music. A painter by profession, he relocated to California, USA, to pursue his musical ambitions. Read More

Reggae Month plans in motion

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Thursday, January, 4 2018    

FOR the past 11 years February has been designated Reggae Month, and plans are already in place for the events surrounding this year's observances. Read More

Xaymaca Int'l marks milestone

By Rory Daley Observer writer | Wednesday, January, 3 2018    

THE Gift of Soca: Naughty or Nice at the Kingston Waterfront on December 29 was the perfect present for Xaymaca International supporters as they celebrated the one-year anniversary of the carnival entertainment company. Read More


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