Entertainment

Thugsy Malone getting a buzz

Saturday, February, 10 2018    

AFTER years of struggling for a breakthrough, Thugsy Malone is finally getting a major buzz with his latest single Call Name . Read More

Tifa takes on Canada

Saturday, February, 10 2018    

TIFA kicked off her nearly month-long Top Class Tour in Canada on Thursday. It is scheduled to culminate on Saturday, February 24. Read More

Beckford signs sponsorship deal with Hurley

Saturday, February, 10 2018    

From Bull Bay, Jamaica, one of the island's brightest surf standouts, Elishama Beckford, has signed a sponsorship deal with Hurley. Read More

Ratingz to mark first anniversary

Saturday, February, 10 2018    

Over the past 12 months, the Ratingz party series has grown to become one of the must-attend events on the entertainment calendar. On Tuesday, February 13, the series will mark its first anniversary at the St Lucia Car Park in New Kingston. Read More

Dre Island rocks NY CONCERT

Saturday, February, 10 2018    

NEW YORK, USA — Hundreds of reggae lovers and Bob Marley fans, some coming from as far as New Jersey, Connecticut, and upstate New York squeezed inside SOB's in Manhattan for Irie Jam's Bob Marley, 73rd birthday celebration which doubled as a Reggae Month event and the station's... Read More

Fantan Mojah does it for Bob Marley

Saturday, February, 10 2018    

Dubbed as one of the most anticipated events of the year, the annual Bob Marley Birthday Celebration was held at the reggae king's former Hope Road residence in St Andrew on Tuesday. The event left music fans on a cultural high as promised. Read More

All set for KGN 5 KGN 5 All set for

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Saturday, February, 10 2018    

Plans are in place for another staging of street dance series KGN 5 tonight. Scheduled for the Terrace Bar and Grill, Southdale Plaza in St Andrew, the promoters have promised an authentic dancehall vibe. Read More

Merciless leads Bushfire rhythm

Saturday, February, 10 2018    

Merciless is the stand-out act on a collection of veteran and young dancehall acts on the Bushfire rhythm. Read More

Musical Delights

Saturday, February, 10 2018    

The 10th staging of the Lions Club of Kingston's Musical Delights, set for Sunday, February 11 at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel at 6:00 pm, will see the return of Richie Stephens to the local stage after a long absence. He has been credited with reintroducing ska to the world through his Ska Nation... Read More

Kingston Belle's Boozy Kingston Belle's Boozy Brunch A Success

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Saturday, February, 10 2018    

The fourth staging of Kingston Belle's Boozy Brunch was a success. Held recently at the OPA Greek Restaurant and Reggae Mill Bar at Devon House in Kingston, the event attracted scores of young and hip professionals. Read More

Shaggy and Sting on top

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Friday, February, 9 2018    

Don't Make Me Wait, the first single from Sting and Shaggy's collaborative album 44/876 , debuts in the number one spot on this week's Billboard Reggae Digital... Read More

David Rodigan gives to Alpha

Friday, February, 9 2018    

Famed British disc jockey and sound system veteran David Rodigan donated an 8 Channel Interface to the Alpha Institute on Wednesday. The presentation took place at the school's South Camp Road headquarters in central Kingston. Read More

Quata Blann ready for the big times

Friday, February, 9 2018    

OVER the years, Clarendon has produced several well-known recording artistes. The list includes The Clarendonians, Millie Small, Barrington Levy, Freddie McGregor, Cocoa Tea, Toots Hibbert, and Derrick Morgan. Read More

AFTER 12: A fashion fest

Friday, February, 9 2018    

Team Nuh Dirt was at it again, staging the annual Fashion fi Fashion party which was appropriately dubbed 'The Ultimate Champagne Edition'. The party set turned out in droves to 17 Studio One Boulevard last Saturday, February 3, giving OBSERVER... Read More

An Xperience that stands test of time

By Howard Campbell Observer senior writer | Friday, February, 9 2018    

THE 1990s heard dancehall music at its creative best. Just about every major label in the United States had a Jamaican artiste on their roster.Bounty Killer was among the few major acts who were never signed by a 'major'. Not that he needed their help. Read More



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