Never Ending Love

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Sunday, November, 4 2018    

For more than four decades, reggae crooner Beres Hammond has been making hit music, and on October 12 he launched his latest project, Never Ending. Read More

Miss Kitty, LLB, valedictorian

Saturday, November, 3 2018    

Media personality Khadine “Miss Kitty” Hylton can add valedictorian to her list of accolades. Read More

BRT climaxes this weekend

Saturday, November, 3 2018    

The 2018 Beach Road Trip (BRT) will climax this weekend on the historic Virginia Key Beach in Miami, Florida. The headliners for the weekend include soca monarch Machel Montano, dancehall artiste Alkaline, and a host of internationally known DJs. Read More

Alton Willis pushes on

Saturday, November, 3 2018    

Growing up in East Kingston, there was no shortage of sound systems and dances for budding deejay Alton Willis to develop his skills. At age 13, he was working on the Atomic Bomb 'sounD'. Read More

Utan Green aims for spotlight

Saturday, November, 3 2018    

Utan Green, the easy-going Rastafari entertainer who came to national attention in 1993 with the hit single, Can't Take , on the Shocking Vibes Label, is currently enjoying much attention with his hot new single How... Read More

Bookies back Dalton

Saturday, November, 3 2018    

Jamaican Dalton Harris takes to the stage today with another performance on the UK version of the televised talent show X Factor, going in as favourite among his fellow contestants. Read More

Rasta elder Sam Clayton is dead

BY HOWARD CAMPBELL Observer senior writer | Saturday, November, 3 2018    

SAM Clayton, the passionate Rastafari who took over the reins of the Mystic Revelation of Rastafari (MRR) after Count Ossie's death, died on Wednesday in Kingston. He was 83 years old. Read More

Yesterday pulled a massive crowd

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer Writer | Saturday, November, 3 2018    

The importance of listening to the feedback from patrons, has worked wonders for GLK Entertainment, promoters of the retro party series, Yesterday.The latest edition took place a week ago at the Mas Camp Stadium North. Read More

Fourth single from Heart of Jamaica

Friday, November, 2 2018    

Today local artistes Chris Martin and Sevana release the fourth track from Appleton Estate's reggae album Heart of Jamaica. Read More

Stella dances for the children

Friday, November, 2 2018    

As part of its 25th season of dance, the Stella Maris Dance Ensemble will this year continue its community outreach. Read More

Rygin King headlines Fyah In Da Ville

Friday, November, 2 2018    

The town of Mandeville is set to come alive this Saturday with the third annual staging of the Fyah In Da Ville. The event, which is headlined by dancehall newcomer Rygin King, is slated to take place at the Nashville bus park in Mandeville. Read More

It's Alicia Keys

Friday, November, 2 2018    

Grammy Award-winning Jamaican act Sean Paul has disclosed that R&B artiste Alicia Keys is the person he would most like to collaborate with on a song. Read More

Fresh King has the Melody

By Kevin Jackson Observer Writer | Friday, November, 2 2018    

A number of entertainers from the rural sections of Jamaica have come to the fore in recent months, and Mandeville-based deejay Fresh King is hoping to join the ranks.Fresh King, who has been making a name for himself in that parish, is creating a buzz with his latest song... Read More

No love for Spice?

Friday, November, 2 2018    

Reports are swirling on social media that Jamaican deejay Spice will not be returning for the new season of the hit reality television series Love & Hip Hop Atlanta . Read More

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Friday, November, 2 2018    

Another artiste from Western Jamaica is on the hunt for that big break in music.  St James-based El Core is eyeing success with his latest release titled Thank You Father.Released last month, StreetSide Collage Records produced the track. “Thank You Father has... Read More


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