Entertainment

Pulse goes global

By Richard Johnson Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Wednesday, April, 10 2019    

Pulse is taking its brand global. The company, known for its agency which has launched the careers of several Jamaican models, will spread its wings in what it describes as a quantum leap into a new dimension. Read More

Billboard feels Koffee's Rapture

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Tuesday, April, 9 2019    

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More power to Sampalue

BY KEDIESHA PERRY Observer writer | Tuesday, April, 9 2019    

 IN the midst of an electrical outage, producer-turned-singer Sampalue illuminated the crowd with songs from his first album which was launched at Kingston Sports Bar and Grill in Kingston on Saturday night. Read More

Navis Bomb

By Kevin Jackson Observer writer | Tuesday, April, 9 2019    

This is the third in a 10-part series highlighting the efforts and contributions of up-and-coming as well as established sound system selectors across the island. Today we shine the spotlight on 30-year-old Guys Hill, St Catherine resident DJ Navis Bomb, who has been making a name with... Read More

Fyah Harp keeps flame burning

Tuesday, April, 9 2019    

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C'bar, KC unite in song

BY AALIYAH CUNNINGHAM Observer writer cunninghamc@jamaicaobserver.com | Tuesday, April, 9 2019    

The rivalry between Kingston College and Calabar High School has dominated news cycles in recent weeks, but last Sunday they lifted their voices in unison at the 10th anniversary of Calabar's Evening of Musical Excellence at that school's... Read More

Cliff's statue on horizon

Monday, April, 8 2019    

Reggae legend Jimmy Cliff welcomes the idea of having a statue erected in his honour. Read More

Popcaan joins Buju

By Richard Johnson Observer senior reporter | Monday, April, 8 2019    

Another Jamaican act is slated to join Buju Banton on the 2019 staging... Read More

Kanaga wants to talk about it

Monday, April, 8 2019    

LET'S Talk About It is the latest single from singjay Kanaga. It speaks to couples amicably resolving differences in a relationship. Read More

Chuck Fenda is hot

Monday, April, 8 2019    

Chuck Fenda said he is intent on bringing back the positivity in the nation. He is banking on his latest single Gideon Hot, released on March 8. Read More

Singers, poets to share spotlight

By Basil Walters Observer writer | Monday, April, 8 2019    

The Dis Poem Wordz and Agro Festival is scheduled for Neville Antonio Park in Port Antonio, Portland on April 28. Read More

Leading lady

BY AALIYAH CUNNINGHAM Observer writer cunninghamc@jamaicaobserver.com | Monday, April, 8 2019    

Aisha Ritchie always loved the stage and acting. Growing up in Franklyn Town, east Kingston, she performed with her church's arts group.The talent she honed as a teenager paid off with an Actor Boy Award nomination for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Read More

David Heron remounts J'can classic

BY HOWARD CAMPBELL Observer senior writer | Sunday, April, 7 2019    

The Rope And The Cross, Easton Lee's Jamaicanised version about the relationship between Jesus Christ and Judas Iscariot, is being remounted to mark its 40th anniversary. Directed by David Heron, it takes place April 21 at The New Vibe Lounge in Long Island, New... Read More

Delta's Kingston Big Up

Sunday, April, 7 2019    

Capital city Kingston featured prominently in the March issue of Delta Airlines' in-flight magazine as one of the top 20 cities to visit for music lovers. Read More

School choirs on show today

By Kediesha Perry Observer writer | Sunday, April, 7 2019    

Michael Roofe, chairman of the management committee of Calabar High, said this evening's concert — Evening of Musical Excellence — will showcase the school's talent outside the track and field arena. Read More



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