Solange's crowning glory

Monday, October, 2 2017    

TWO Saturdays ago, Solange Sinclair was the toast of the evening inside the Courtleigh Auditorium in New Kingston. She walked away with the crown and title of Miss Jamaica World 2017 and the opportunity to represent her country at Miss World in Sanya, China, on November... Read More

DJ Paul Michael entertains

Monday, October, 2 2017    

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Feluke upbeat despite shortfall

By Simone Morgan-Lindo Observer reporter | Monday, October, 2 2017    

CLOSE to $3 million is still needed to offset the medical expense of reggae singer Feluke, who is battling colon cancer. Read More

Delightful sets at Portland's PAN affair

Monday, October, 2 2017    

AGENT Sasco aka Assassin, Jahmiel, and gospel singer Jermaine Edwards led the entertainment delights at last Saturday's staging of PAN 2017 Regional 2, held at Folly Oval in Portland. Hosted by CB Foods, the event, despite continuous rain throughout the day, attracted thousands of... Read More

Ovadose preparing to Buss

Monday, October, 2 2017    

Up-and-coming singjay Ovadose is preparing to release his latest track called Buss. Slated to be released this month, the artiste, who is known for delivering his music in a humorous way, said this single will be no... Read More

Secada'strack gets new Flava

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Monday, October, 2 2017    

In 1992, Cuban-American singer Jon Secada was one of the hottest male vocalists on the music scene. He scored his biggest chart hit to date with Just Another Day, which reached number five on the US Billboard Hot 100, number 2 on the Adult Contemporary chart, number five in the UK, and top ten... Read More

Etana adds new flavour

By Simone Morgan-Lindo Observer reporter | Sunday, October, 1 2017    

REGGAE singer Etana will be adding some dancehall flavour to her upcoming project slated for March next year. The 12-track set, titled Reggae Forever , will see the entertainer showing her deejaying prowess on a few tracks. Read More

Carlos Djedje to visit Jamaica

Sunday, October, 1 2017    

SOUTH African reggae artiste Carlos Djedje, widely known as The Father of Reggae Music in Africa, will be among the scores of overseas guests scheduled for this year's National Heritage Month Celebration to be observed throughout the month of October. Read More

NOMAD Tour makes JA stop

Sunday, October, 1 2017    

The NOMAD Tour visited Discovery Bay on August 26 to mark the 140th birthday of National Hero Marcus Garvey who was born in the coastal town. An outreach programme based in the United States, the African American organisation serves as a cultural village economy “designed to... Read More

Garvey film takes shape

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Sunday, October, 1 2017    

A 2019 release date has been set for Marcus Garvey: The Untold Story, a docufilm by Jamaican-born, US-based filmmaker and stuntman Roy Anderson. Read More

Mello Vibes is on tonight

Saturday, September, 30 2017    

Three of the most in-demand retro music disc jocks, Colin Hines, Krazy Chris, and DJ Nicco, are to be deployed to take patrons on a journey back in time at tonight's staging of Mello Vibes. Read More

O'Meally moving to her passion

Saturday, September, 30 2017    

OVER the past week, Sandals South Coast Guest Activities Agent, Toni Gay O'Meally represented Jamaica in the solo dance category of the Sandals Resorts International (SRI) Festival of the Arts Competition at Sandals Ochi Beach Resort in St Ann. The competition is the premier event of the... Read More

PHOTO: In tune

Saturday, September, 30 2017    

Sean Paul (second right), collecting a plaque from Joel Flatow, Chief West Coast Operations and Artist and Industry Relations on behalf of the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for more than 26 million records sold in the United States. Looking on (from left) are: Chi Ching Ching,... Read More

Semojrah Naki says Warriors Don't Cry

Saturday, September, 30 2017    

Reggae singer Semojrah Naki is currently promoting his latest EP called Warriors Don't Cry . Since its official release in March of this year, the entertainer said he has been getting positive feedback from the... Read More

Pan Di Plaza a hit with patrons

Saturday, September, 30 2017    

The recent staging of Pan Di Plaza was a big hit with patrons. Held on Saturday, September 23, at the Mas Camp in St Andrew, the event drew a massive crowd which partied until the wee hours of Sunday morning. Read More


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