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Koffee burns her rivals to grab #1 spot
  Reggae sensation Koffee is the youngest Jamaican to reach number one on the Billboard Reggae Albums chart as the perky 19 year-old seared her rivals as she burst into the top spot this week.  More detail
1 Squad is 'Popin Ova Here
Danger Zone Music Group, a label which is known for breaking major acts, has inked a recording deal with a new dancehall group, 1Squad, and their new single, 'Popin Ova Here' is blowing up all over FM radio.   More detail
Amari Dj Mona Lisa challenges 'Black Hypocrisy'
  Dancehall rapper A'mari 'DJ Mona Lisa' is gearing up for a major push of her latest single, 'Black Hypocrisy', where she applauds the diversity and strengths of Jamaica. More detail
Markus Myrie files report of alleged abuse at...
There may be potential fallout regarding the alleged altercation between Mark ‘Buju Banton’ Myrie and his son Markus Myrie, a dancehall producer known for several dancehall hit rhythms.   More detail
LICENSED FIREARM HOLDER SURVIVES SHOOTOUT
Residents in Portmore are saying it was like a scene out of the 'Gunfight at the O.K. Corral'. And when the smoke cleared, a licensed firearm holder had shot and killed three men during an attack last night at his home in Portmore, St. Catherine.  More detail
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Dancehall star I Octane delivered an impressive performance during the 'Magnum New Rules concert' held at the National Stadium car park in Kingston over the weekend.

Red Stripe and Reggae Sumfest have renewed their partnership with a three-year global sponsorship deal which will provide a platform to further promote indigenous talent and deliver solid entertainment to reggae music fans across the globe.

Stampedes, shots fired at New Rules

Sunday, 26 March 2017 10:22 Written by
Thousands of persons had a great time at New Rules in the National Stadium parking lot but a small number of those persons were left nursing injuries after a stampede during the show. 

  Since the inception of Platinum Camp Production (PCP)/ Platinum Camp Records (PCR) back in 2006, CEO and President Daddy Biggs has been on a journey to revolutionize the music business and take the music to higher heights and cross cultural awareness.  

Inkz is a natural born 'Winner'

Wednesday, 22 March 2017 13:08 Written by
  Jay Crazie Records recording artiste Inkz has an unusual ambition: he sees his skin as a canvass and he intends to fill every square inch of his body and even his face with tattoos. 

The management of reggae singer Singing Sweet is moving aggressively to protect the singer's brand and intellectual property from exploitation online. 

Vybz Kartel appeal could start in September

Thursday, 16 March 2017 13:09 Written by
Tom Tavares-Finson, lawyer for incarcerated dancehall superstar Vybz Kartel, is  pleased about  the decision by a Court of Appeal judge to grant him leave to appeal his murder conviction and life sentence.

  UK-based reggae singer Emmanuel Anebsa knows the stinging crush of white oppression firsthand. 

One876entertainment.com offers condolences to reggae singer Richie Stephens on the death of his dad.

Reggae superstar Jimmy Cliff will be releasing his new single, 'Life' on March 10th, and will be made available to the public through  iTunes and other downloadable formats.  

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Wah dem waan poor people fi do????

  Bwoy, mi go downtown yesterday go check mi cousin Cheryl and the place tense. Everybody ah say ah war dem a go war wid…

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