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Press Release 192

press release from Jamaica, dancehall and reggae artiste.

  My nine year-old son, Chase, recently did a Religious Education exam. One of the questions asked: Which religion did the Spaniards introduce to the Tainos? He wrote with supreme, incredible confidence that all nine year olds possess: “The type of religion that the Spaniards brought to the Tainos is the (drum roll please)....“Religion of Death”.

Rayvon and Sugar Bear head off on 'Sugarcane' tour

Wednesday, 12 July 2017 19:43 Written by
Recording artistes Rayvon and Sugar Bear are creating waves internationally with the 'Sugar Cane' single. The duo launched the song before a fair-sized crowd at the Limelight nightclub in Half-Way-Tree in May and the the song has taken off. The single, Sugar Cane, a collaboration between deejay Sugar Bear and singer Rayvon has earned reviews from the public and music critics alike. Now the two head off to do a Sugarcane tour which will feature liver performances on a number of shows including Reggae Nights South Bay on Friday, July 14th at Redondo Beach Pier, Poom Poom Tuesdays on July 18th and Fayah Sundays on July 16th. 

Constable Herbert Hyman attached to the Mobile Reserve was shot and killed in Central Village on Monday, July 3, 2017. Reports are that the constable went to visit his baby mother when he was ambushed by gunmen in Windsor Heights.  

Singing Sweet hits #1 with 'Not a Bad Thing'

Friday, 23 June 2017 07:23 Written by
  Reggae star Singing Sweet has solidified his comeback with a number one single, 'Not a Bad Thing' featuring Chino. The video for the song soared to the #1 spot on the FIWI Choice top ten chart this weekend.

New Alzheimer's drug breakthrough in the UK

Tuesday, 06 September 2016 01:26 Written by
Scientists said they were amazed to find that patients treated with the highest dose of the antibody drug aducanumab experienced an almost complete clearance of the amyloid plaques that prevent brain cells communicating, leading to irreversible memory loss and cognitive decline.

The president of Georgetown University, which used some of the profits from the sale of 272 enslaved African-Americans to help ensure its survival in 1838, met with a descendant of two of the slaves.

Good day readers and fans of reggae & dancehall music. We have to love what we've seen for the first couple weeks of the new year.One of our hit makers in the industry and also a well respected writer is all about his music. Mr. Peppa is here and doing everything. After visiting a local studio and having a long talk with Bounty Killa all fingers were pointed towards Mr. Peppa.  

Jahdore does great at live shows

Monday, 25 January 2016 18:56 Written by
There has been a string of live shows since December through to the end of January and there is one artist that has been making a solid impact on his rounds. Jahdore is running on every show and showing the world that he is more than a song writer but a great performer as well. Yes reggae lovers have been waiting and watching patiently as this young artist with his crafty lyrics have been carrying us on musical journeys now for the last 4 years.

  JA Productions recording artiste Kurry Stain is gearing up for a major promotional push for his latest single, 'Bad Mind Inna Dem' on the War Bus riddim. The song, aimed at former label mate, Blak Ryno, has generated over 20,000 views on youtube on various channels.  

Reliving the horror in Braeton Phase III The following is an account given by Staff Reporter Claude Mills after the shooting of seven men last week in Braeton Phase III in Portmore, St. Catherine. Mr. Mills lives a few houses from where the incident took place.  

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