Entertainment

Quata Blann makes his mark

Thursday, September, 13 2018    

 Montego Bay-based artiste Quata Blann addresses the tattoo craze on Colour Up E, his new song. Read More

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Thursday, September, 13 2018    

 Deejay D-Will's latest song is the heartfelt Single Mom, a tribute to his mother.“I've watched my mom and how she balanced work and parenting by herself. She is my angel and she did her best to make sure all of us were happy, and that included herself,” he... Read More

Bulby, the Master Blaster

BY HOWARD CAMPBELL Observer senior writer | Thursday, September, 13 2018    

Most people in music circles know Colin “Bulby” York for his work as a sound engineer and producer for reggae/dancehall's elite acts. But periodically, his name gets top billing on the marquee. Read More

Cheers to 35 years of Red Red Wine

By Howard Campbell Observer senior writer | Wednesday, September, 12 2018    

In October of 1983, UB40 soared to the top of the Billboard chart with Red Red Wine , a cover of an obscure Neil Diamond song originally released in 1968. Read More

Bugle's World Party

Wednesday, September, 12 2018    

Reggae artiste Bugle continues to showcase his versatility with a new, uptempo offering titled World Party . Read More

Alborosie drops documentary

Wednesday, September, 12 2018    

The new mini documentary Alborosie Meets The Wailers United: The Making Of Unbreakable was launched yesterday. Read More

Flashmo releases new single

Wednesday, September, 12 2018    

Emerging dancehall artiste Flashmo has dropped his latest single Pree I which tackles the issue of persons being nosey. Read More

Wild Gilbert

By Richard Johnson Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Wednesday, September, 12 2018    

Monday, September 12, 1988 will be forever etched in Jamaica's history. Read More

After 12: Medical mission

Wednesday, September, 12 2018    

The class of 2021 medical students pursuing Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, and Doctor of Dental Surgery degrees turned out in their numbers to support charity performances of Volition at Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts on the University of the West Indies Mona campus... Read More

History lesson from Folk Singers

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Tuesday, September, 11 2018    

The 51-year-old Jamaican Folk Singers continues to live up to its mission — sharing aspects of Jamaican folk music culture with succeeding generations - through the staging of its annual concert season and other public performances. Read More

Get ready for Daminance

Tuesday, September, 11 2018    

Recording artiste Daminance follows up his lead single Nah Give Up with the new track Penguin , which features popular disc jock Supa Hype. Read More

Trojan Records film ready

By Howard Campbell Observer senior writer | Tuesday, September, 11 2018    

Rudeboy: The Story of Trojan Records, a documentary about the fabled British reggae company, premiers at the London Film Festival on October 12. The 86-minute film is directed by Nicolas Jack Davies. Read More

Fourth spot for Sasco

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer Writer | Tuesday, September, 11 2018    

Despite several high-profile appearances in the United States last week promoting his album Hope River, Agent Sasco sold a paltry 273 copies to debut at number four on the Billboard Reggae Album Chart. Read More

Nooks upbeat about new album

Monday, September, 10 2018    

DESPITE his September 27 court appearance on cocaine charges, George Nooks says he is upbeat about his latest studio effort For You . Read More

Protoje looks to conquer Europe

Monday, September, 10 2018    

After wrapping up the North American leg of his A Matter of Time promotional tour, reggae act Protoje is preparing for the European leg. Read More



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