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Trelawny-born reggae singer Castafari has teamed up with reggae star Pressure for a new single called 'Time' that is generating a lot of traction in the local reggae scene.   

Influential is MOST WANTED

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  Reggae artiste Influential has recorded a single, 'Most Wanted', which talks about his near-death experience, surviving a shooting attempt on his life a few months ago.   

  Former Portmore Empire artiste Blak Ryno is in critical condition after a car accident in New York last night. The artiste reportedly went into a state of cardiopulmonary arrest and medical personnel has to resuscitate him. 

  The Trinidad and Tobago Commissioner of Police, Gary Griffith, said his country risked Jamaicans boycotting goods produced in the twin-island republic had he not intervened in the Buju Banton saga.

    Major Basil Jarrett, civil/military cooperation officer at the JDF, said that the so-called 'baphomet sword"  was intercepted by Customs officials and seized some years ago. He said that as is the case when Customs seize certain objects, the sword, which is thought by some members of the public to have mystical properties, was sent to the JDF for storage.

Trinidad & Tobago's Minister of National Security, Stuart Young says Jamaican reggae icon Buju Banton must apply for special permission to enter the twin island republic due to the singer's criminal history.

UK-based dancehall artiste Texxus Redmoney is making an aggressive push in the local market with his latest single, 'My Life' which was released earlier this year on the Musiq UK label. 

Dancehall artiste Anthony 'Daminance' Williams has fallen under the baleful eye of the Jamaica Constabulary Force for a new single entitled 'ZOSO' that seems to belittle the efforts of the security forces. 

The funeral service for the life of Owen 'Roy Fowl' Clarke was held on Monday at the Bagbie Seventh Day Adventist church in Troja, St Catherine. 

Reggae singer Denroy Morgan has come full circle. He started out as a solo singer scoring a huge pop hit, “I’ll Do Anything For You”, in 1981, before dedicating his life to pushing the efforts of his children, Morgan Heritage and LMS, to international fame. Now, he has returned to the music industry, to push the careers of African reggae singers, young men who he says are members of his "extended spiritual family". 

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