Gringo set for Sumfest

Saturday, July, 13 2019    

Montego Bay-based deejay Unknown Gringo plans to make a signature performance at this year's staging of Reggae Sumfest at Catherine Hall Entertainment Centre in St James. Read More

Satdehh lives up to billing

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Saturday, July, 13 2019    

Last Saturday's staging of Satdehh was a resounding success, according to organisers and patrons attending the event. It was held at Big Wall on West Kings House Road in Kingston. Read More

L Razor gets a nice buzz

Saturday, July, 13 2019    

L Razor is generating a buzz with his recently released single Talk To Mi Nice .The song, produced by Jusa Dementor, was released in May on the Straight Hits label. Read More

R-Embassida gets Connected

Saturday, July, 13 2019    

R-Embassida is confident that his recently released single will help to propel his career to the next level.The song, Connected, was released on February 28 on the Hon'y Comb label. Read More

Patrons treated at Boston Jerk Celebrations

By Everard Owen Observer writer | Saturday, July, 13 2019    

Organisers of last weekend's Boston Jerk Celebrations at the Boston Beach Complex in Portland, are pleased with how the two-day event unfolded. The fun-filled occasion, now in its fourth staging, was held on Saturday, July 6, and Sunday, July... Read More

Super Cat on the warpath.

Saturday, July, 13 2019    

SUPER Cat is on the warpath, or had one too many to drink. Read More

'B L E M' of new songs from Tarrus

BY HOWARD CAMPBELL Observer senior writer | Friday, July, 12 2019    

B L E M, the first EP from Tarrus Riley, was released on June 14. The six-song project is produced by Izy Beats, co-producer of Toast, the massive hit by Koffee. Read More

A fourth serving of Chef Troy Levy

BY HOWARD CAMPBELL Observer senior writer | Friday, July, 12 2019    

On July 21 when Chef Troy Levy makes his fourth appearance at the Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival in Queens, New York, he plans to display the down-home cuisine he discovered as a boy in Glengoffe, St Catherine. Read More

Young acts take spotlight tonight

Friday, July, 12 2019    

IN an industry where it's difficult for up-and-coming artistes to get noticed, Fi Di Culture Live is putting them in the spotlight. Read More

Observer Sound wins UK Rumble

By Kevin Jackson Observer writer | Friday, July, 12 2019    

Early Sunday morning, members of the Observer Sound from Birmingham, England, were celebrating their victory in the UK Rumble sound clash series, promoted by Irish and Chin. Read More

Adonvi says it's not about hype

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Friday, July, 12 2019    

Deejay Adonvi believes dancehall music is not what it used to be. He is encouraging his peers to get back to basics. Read More

'Gimme di flow'

By Aaliyah Cunningham Observer writer aaliyahc@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, July, 12 2019    

Media and communication consultant, Clyde McKenzie, says it is an artiste's ability to articulate outside of lyrics that contribute to marketability of their songs overseas. He made this observation based on recent pronouncements by Sean Paul that it is difficult for dancehall artistes... Read More

'Take A Puff' with G Kevinston

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Friday, July, 12 2019    

Ganja has been the inspiration for many a reggae song, something deejay G Kevinston was aware of when he recorded Take A Puff. But if they really tune in, the listener will hear it is not just about smoking. Read More

After 12: Cheeky affair

Friday, July, 12 2019    

The buns were out at Secrets 4 Cheeks Out, held on June 16 at Port Royal Street in Kingston. The ladies two-for-one, all-white day party, put on by Ratio Fire and Shanie Posh, began at 2:00 pm sharp and lived up to patrons expectations. After... Read More

SPF expands its offerings

BY BRIAN BONITTO Associate Editor --- Auto & Entertainment bonittob@jamaicaobserver.com | Thursday, July, 11 2019    

GUESTS attending this year's staging of SPF (Summer. Playground. Fantasy) w eekend party series will be getting more bang for their buck, according to organisers. Read More


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