Articles tagged ‘Music’
Marley is slated to perform in Garlin’s homeland on October 30th, 2015 in Tobago at Pigeon Point (Colours Of Reggae) and October 31st, 2015 in Trinidad at Hasley Crawford Stadium
Rumors includes Kranium’s breakthrough single Nobody Has to Know (remix). The song was an anthem in the summer of 2014 with hip hop superstar Drake performing it during his 2014 tour of Australia.
Riley makes Billboard – Barrington Levy recovering after dengue scar
“Most of the singles I’ve released prior to ‘Just A Little’ were ballads. I wanted something new. Something that we could dance to,” shares Knight.
Britain’s Independent newspaper reported the video message carries the logo of the Bilad Al Sham Media (BASM) group, an organisation which claims to comprise Maldivian jihadists based in Syria and the Maldives.
“Sound system is what keeps reggae/dancehall music going worldwide. It is very important because I feel it not only preserves our music, but it also makes Jamaicans the coolest people on Earth,” he reasoned.
The Globe-trotting Washington based Reggae Band is signed for its first ever Jamaica Performance
UB40 added that Holt was a “massive inspiration and will be sorely missed”.
International icon (and all-around flawless human being) Beyoncé is this year’s Video Vanguard Award recipient!
During the rehearsal, the woman had the snake draped around her shoulders and, at some point, was bitten by the non-venomous, docile reptile
Queen Ifrica, whose real name is Ventraice Morgan, had another performance cancelled last August.
The festival, now in its 22nd year, is set from July 13 – 19. The acts are scheduled to perform on July 18.
MTO backs up this assertion with claims that proof of the We Found Love singer’s pregnancy can be found in her recent conduct on nights out.
Williams announces a partnership with the United Nations Foundation to celebrate a global International Day of Happiness.
With Brazil hosting the World Cup in a matter of weeks and the Olympics in 2016, Wailer believes Jamaica should strengthen ties with the South American country, one of reggae’s biggest markets.